Running a staffing agency requires a combination of good sales skills along with solid organizational skills. As an owner (or manager) you need to make sure that you are signing on new clients who will use your staff. At the same time, you need to recruit quality staff that will ensure that you meet your client’s expectations. And while you do this, you also need to make sure that payroll is handled so that your team is always paid on time.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been with the company two weeks or twenty years, the budget was cut, the position was eliminated, the department moved and your career focus has been altered.
If you’re interviewing with people who do not know what they are doing, they are not going to like questions because they think your job, as a recent college graduate is to site there and beg for the job.
REVIEWS: Reviews come in many types, eg, restaurants, websites, movies, products, etc.. The pay can range from as little as 5 cents on up to $10 or $15. Most usually top out at a few dollars ($2-$3/per review). They are usually only a few paragraphs long.
So, it can be expensive to start a Staffing Agency Portland, it really depends on you. If you are willing to do more work, then you need less money to begin your company. If you do have lots of money, then you can hire people to do more of the work you probably don’t want to do.
Regardless of circumstance, always strive to be around people harder and more driven than you. Their positive energy will rub off. Combine that energy with the fast pace lifestyle that New Yorkers become accustomed to and you’re on your way.
Ken Sundheim runs KAS Placement, a sales and marketing staffing agency specializing in helping both U.S. and International mid to large size firms form sales teams from hiring the executive level sales manager to helping recent college graduates transition to a business development role. On his free time, Ken is a public speaker and likes to read non-fiction.