by Visus Group Partner: Derek Pittak, Founder & Professional EOS Implementer, Blueprint Vision Group The truth is, we have all been inundated with articles these past nine months that have pointed out – 2020 has shifted the way many of us think and operate...
It is that time of the year where business owners and senior management in the staffing industry are working hard to plan for 2021. And as much as pundits say we need a roadmap in order to succeed in our businesses, developing one is...
By Dr. Jeff Elias, Ph.D. Due to Covid 19, working remotely is becoming more popular than ever. There are many benefits for both the employer and the employee1. A mutual benefit is lower cost and expenses for both the employer and the employee. How...
Given everything that has happened in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic may have flipped your business upside down, but one thing is certain – you need a simple and compelling commission plan that incentivizes your employees to produce in a way that grows with the...
Attention all Alternative Staffing professionals! Visus Group’s special virtual RoundTables are now available to members of the Alliance. On these calls, conducted for an hour on Tuesdays, we discuss and problem-solve many of the business decisions and challenges that staffing firm leaders are facing...
Tweaking the corporate compensation plan annually at the end of the year is a good practice for any company.
As you think about making a change to your company’s compensation plan, consider these factors to help your employees adjust to these changes.
The economy is slowing, what are the best staffing companies doing to prepare and respond? Watch our video for our perspective.
It seems so simple. If we can just get our people to cross-sell between divisions, everyone wins!
Here are some helpful strategies I use to coach my clients and reduce anxiety associated with price negotiations.
Pundits tell us to always be managing a business as if you are positioning to sell it. This advice is prudent for several reasons.
Even though mergers and acquisitions are at an all-time high in the staffing industry, many transactions go sideways due to some common mistakes.
Let's address some of the mistakes sellers often make when trying to sell their business.
The staffing industry is by nature a very reactionary business. When a client needs to fill a position, they typically need someone immediately.
In Part 2 of this series, I mention sales planning as the third key factor for business planning.
Business planning for small staffing firms consists of three key factors.
The business sages tell us that if we want success then we must develop a plan for success.