The Application Process

Have you ever been applying for something and the application process seems to be harder than the position or spot you are applying for? As an example, college applications come to mind – there are some schools out there that it seems they view themselves as so prestigious that applying is meant to be the test and everything else may be a breeze. I don’t think that’s the point of an application. Yes, you want to test the applicant’s ability to do the job and gather your first and last name, but what if you’re losing applicants due to difficulty in accessing the application in the first place? No one wants that.

In application process

No Time Off for the Service Industry

As most of the United States packs their bags and hits the roads for their Independence Day celebrations and summer vacations, the Service Industry is in full swing of their busy summer season and not closing their doors.  From restaurants serving the hungry hoards to retail establishments selling out of bikinis and swim trunks to hotels booking rooms, summertime in the Service Industry is a peak season for business.

In Employee Engagement, recruiting

Field Managers and Talent Acquisition

In a fast-paced, high-volume, decentralized labor environment like the service industry, many hiring decisions are put into the hands of field managers.  Many of these managers start in entry level, hourly positions and move up the ranks, and most don’t have a background in human resources to guide them through the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring process.  These managers need tools to walk them through the full talent acquisition process so that their time is spent appropriately, the highest quality candidates are hired, and nothing is left to chance with a “post and pray” recruiting strategy.  

In hourly workforce, recruiting, Decentralized Workforce, field hiring

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