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How Do I Find Clients to Hire from My New Business?

Written on June 23rd, 2017 by in Blog

There are many decisions you will make prior to determining which clients to target for your new business.  These decisions include the following:

  • Your area of specialization or niche
  • The segments you will represent;  direct, contract or temp
  • Local or numerous location targets
  • Level of position you will represent

You will then identify all the companies in a specific geographic area who employ the type of positions you plan to place.  You will review the employment pages on their website to see if there are postings for any positions you could fill.  You would then call in marketing a possible candidate or you will share your brand to show prospective clients why they should utilize your services as opposed to your competition.

What Do Hiring Authorities Expect?

Written on June 23rd, 2017 by in Blog


When I address audiences of hiring authorities, I’m always stunned by their concerns, issues and what they expect from us. It’s interesting to note, that if we were asked to write a list of what we expect from our clients, many of the same topics would be on our list.

1. Honesty
2. Improved communication | feedback
3. Treated as a priority
4. Results
5. Follow up after the hire
6. Promptly address problems
7. More consultative

They want us to be honest about the credentials of our candidates. To be honest about the candidate’s level of interest and they want us to be specific about our fees, pay rates, and about our guarantee.


Written on June 19th, 2017 by in Blog

Procrastination is the #1 reason most people do not own their own business.  They are waiting to have everything in place, and as a result never move forward.  It’s wise to keep your full-time job while you’re setting up your new business.  It’s also wise to have six months of your overhead covered before you open your business.  It’s also wise that you identify mentors or coaches to help you avoid major pitfalls.

After that, you just need to make the decision and do it or spend the rest of your life reviewing the could of, should of, or would of that held you back.  If you having a tough time making a decision to start your own business, draw to capital “T’s” on two sheets of paper.  On the top of one “T” write down your current job.  On the top of the second “T” write down owning a Staffing and Recruiting Firm.


Written on June 12th, 2017 by in Blog
Most people are dissatisfied with their jobs, in fact over 70% of Americans are not engaged employees.  So that means over 84 million people don’t really like their job.  Are you one of them?  Is nine-to-five what you really want to do the rest of your life?  If you’re thinking of starting your own business you must face your fears head on.
FEAR #1        FAILURE 
Imagine putting everything you have, your hopes, dreams, and money into starting your own business, only to watch it fail.  The fear of failure is at the top fears, even above the fear of separation and loss of autonomy.


Pros Of Owning A Business

Written on June 5th, 2017 by in Blog

One of the main reasons someone starts a Staffing and Recruiting business is to reap personal and professional benefits.  With a new business, you have the flexibility to determine your hours, work pace and work environment.  It also gives you the ability to pursue a career based on your interests.  Opening a business also represents a certain type of freedom.

You may feel limited when you are an employee by mismanagement or a limited number of promotions within your company.  While beginning a business can seem daunting, the potential for financial success is there.  Another important fact to consider is that self-employed businesspersons were four times more likely to be millionaires than those in traditional employer-employee roles.  When you own a Staffing and Recruiting Firm, the only person that can limit your growth is yourself.

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