Is your recruiting and sourcing technology behind the times?

If you’re still inputting data into Excel or dialing for dollars off a well worn Rolodex, chances are that you’re not only behind the times – you’re also losing out on candidates, clients and the competition, too. 

But if your processes are a blast from the past, don’t worry: with the right staffing technology, you’ll be able to work less, make more and start filling reqs instead of filling out paperwork. 

As the saying goes, “those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it,” so don’t make the same mistake that got you stuck filling out spreadsheets and SOWs in the first place. 

That’s why you won’t want to miss our upcoming webinar,“The Evolution of Staffing Technology,”presented in partnership with our friends at TalentWise.

Give us an hour of your time on October 21 at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT and we’ll go beyond the BS and buzzwords. If you can't make it, register anyway right here. We'll deliver the recording and slides right to your inbox.

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Comment by Jerry Albright on October 17, 2014 at 9:13am

"Dialing for dollars off a well-worn Rolodex" is a bad thing now?  I would think a well-worn Rolodex is a huge key to success - few people even have a list of decades long customers.  

One could only dream of having one.

Comment by Matt Charney on October 17, 2014 at 9:40am

Jerry - a well worn Rolodex doesn't mean that you've necessarily got more or better contacts - having existing relationships with clients and candidates who you do business with is what it's all about. That said, it's not particularly scaleable or secure, which is why the rest of the world still has Rolodexes, but they've just transposed those networks digitally. Nothing wrong with the tactile, but you do need a backup..  Your Rolodex isn't a huge key to success - the relationships that obsolete office anachronism represent do.

Comment by Loic Plantade on October 23, 2014 at 4:28pm

The point is to have a workable system, it can be a rollodex or several softwares, all depends of the habits of the person using it. The real question is which fits you.


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