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Is This The Year You Become An Entrepreneur?

Written on December 4th, 2017 by in Blog

You have researched the Staffing and Recruiting Profession and obviously you want to become an entrepreneur. When I became a single parent and realized I would be the sole provider for my children, I realized a paycheck was not going to allow me to achieve my dreams. I needed to be in control of my own destiny and the only way to do that was to take the leap from paycheck to business ownership.

If you start now, within 90-120 days, you could also be in control of your income and destiny. There is a reason that most millionaires are entrepreneurs. Imagine the joy of paying your expenses first and then paying taxes? Envision the joy of making a difference in your life and the lives of the people you love. Visualize the joy of leaving your mark and supporting causes most important to you. That describes an entrepreneur.

Where do I find talent to fill positions?

Written on November 27th, 2017 by in Blog

It’s important to realize if talent was easy to find, there would be no need for the services we offer. When there are more opportunities than candidates, that is a lucrative and perfect scenario for the Staffing and Recruiting Profession.

We can present candidates who are not actively seeking employment, which makes our services so valuable to hiring authorities. Once you master the ability to recruit, you will build a network of top talent in your niche.

You will not only present the talent clients want to hire, you will be able to surface the talent faster than your competition. Most of the individuals we place in jobs are working, successful but would make a change for the right opportunity. Job satisfaction is currently at historic lows, which makes recruiting them very doable.

How much money do I need for a Contract Staffing Business?

Written on November 22nd, 2017 by in Blog

It can be extremely expensive to fund your own payroll. When you open a contract or temp firm you are responsible for the following:

• You must be registered as the Employer of Record in the State
• Payroll expenses, taxes, worker’s comp, benefits etc.

There are funding companies that we will recommend to you that can provide the entire back office as well as the funding. They bill the clients, pay your employees, handle all taxes etc., take their fee and then send you a check each week.

With the complexities of the Health Care Reform Act, you will see more contract and staffing firms utilizing the services of these funding companies. Once we understand the niche you select and your short and long-range goals, we will know which funding company to recommend to you.

Are you Afraid of Failure?

Written on November 20th, 2017 by in Blog

It’s important to realize that successful people have more failures. They try more so they fail more, but they view failure as an opportunity to learn.

FEAR can be defined as follows:

F – False
E – Events
A – Appearing
R – Real

Often the anxiety prior to making a decision is worse than making the decision, or the possible consequences of the decision. Opening your own business is a major life decision, but it also allows you to control your own future.

Once you master the Staffing and Recruiting profession, all you will ever need to succeed is a telephone and computer. Imagine the power of knowing you control your own destiny and future. You will no longer worry about mergers, cutbacks, layoffs or be working for someone else. There are also incredible tax advantages to being self-employed.

Best Advice for New Entrepreneurs

Written on November 10th, 2017 by in Blog

It’s important that you take time to set your business up properly, before you jump into the Staffing and Recruiting Profession. Your success or failure depends greatly on the following:

• Business model
• Segments of the profession
• Exit plan
• Niche or area of specialization
• Knowledge of the basic

There is a placement process and once you learn the basic of the process, you are giving yourself a much better chance of generating profits in your business. The hard work does not guarantee success, but a lack of hard work does guarantee failure.

If I had to provide my best advice to new owners, in addition to the aforementioned I would also recommend:

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