• Hiring hundreds doesn’t have to be exhausting - Susan Stavitzski

    It stands to reason: the bigger your business, the more employees you will need to hire to meet customer demand and keep your business profitable (and growing). Some may think that the bigger you are and the more recognizable (and safe) your brand, the easier it is for you to hire. Yes, brand recognition is…
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  • The key to filling automotive manufacturing jobs - Imani Holmes

    People have been sticking with the cars they have, rather than buying new ones, amid the economic uncertainty of the past couple of years. Repair shops and service departments have been doing a brisk business and have been hiring to keep up with it. But leading the news recently are headlines like, “Auto jobs boom coming…
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  • How automotive service businesses can drive great people to apply - Nadine Jerome

    When I was growing up, my parents always had an aging fleet of vehicles (meaning two roughly 10-year-old cars) in the driveway. Seems we were ahead of the trend. Experts say recent economic challenges, restricted financing and leasing options have led to increased vehicle age and longer ownership periods than we’ve seen in the U.S. in many…
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  • Part II: How your restaurant can keep its great employees - Susan Stavitzski

    Restaurant businesses across the country, quick-service and otherwise, are getting on board with Snagajob daily. Often we hear them say they’d really like to be able to hire people away from [insert name of restaurant with a reputation for having great employees here]. If your restaurant has hiring envy, and you want to be able…
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  • Part I: How your restaurant can go from having hiring envy to causing it - Imani Holmes

    Restaurants across the country, quick-service and otherwise, are getting on board with Snagajob daily. Often we hear them say they’d really like to be able to hire people away from [insert name of restaurant with a reputation for having great employees here]. Restaurants that always seem to have great employees get noticed by other restaurants….
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  • Do you need to step away from the 20lb jar of mayonnaise? - Imani Holmes

    Buying peanut butter, toilet paper and coffee in bulk is an efficient, cost-effective way to stock up on necessities. That mentality applied to buying job postings might not save much, if any, time or money. Most job boards offer posting packages that allow you to purchase individual job postings in bulk. If you estimate you’ll…
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  • Hire Black Friday style - Imani Holmes

    You either love it or you hate it. Some people wait all year for the every man for himself, take no prisoners pandemonium that is Black Friday. Others avoid it like the plague and sit safely at home waiting for Cyber Monday. In all the hype leading up to Black Friday, shopping professionals were full…
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  • HAVE YOUR CRAIGSLIST CAKE AND EAT IT TOO - Imani Holmes

    Sometimes less is more. Sometimes more is less. Sometimes they are more or less the same. Confused yet? When you’re considering how to recruit for a job opening, is posting your opportunity through online classifieds like Craigslist the right approach? Conventional wisdom may tell you to post your job on Craigslist because the more people…
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  • THINK NOT WHAT WILL DRIVE REVENUE, BUT WHO - Nadine Jerome

    If you have a slender profit margin, it could be because you’ve put yourself on an unhealthy hiring diet. Most successful dieters track what’s going in to know what needs to be cut out – not unlike what you need to do to get your profit margin up to fighting weight. If you’re not putting…
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  • Refinement of Dairy Queen® Franchise’s Hiring Process Belies its Rural Nature - Nadine Jerome

    Visitors to any of Liepman Restaurant Inc.’s 21 Dairy Queen® locations throughout Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana will notice that the company provides an urbane dining experience that belies its rural nature. But things looked very different before 2010 when Snagajob came aboard. [Read the Dairy Queen case study]