How can you know that your latest software or cloud service is truly secure? Cyber security is an increasing concern, but that doesn’t mean it’s hard to find the software worth its salt. Here are 4 tell tale signs that your data security is doing just fine. 1. Secure Back Ups To kick-start the list,
What kinds of benefits can the right back office software bring you? With so much technology available today, there’s no reason you should be copying and pasting your reports or information. Upgrade to a system that offers you seamless integration with the services you need. 1. Consolidate Your Front and Back Financials Why have your
Does your company specialize in flexible staffing solutions? If so, being organized is perhaps one of the most difficult and important part of your service model. However, with the right knowledge, you can set a system that works well for you. 1. Know Who’s Certified When a new client calls for up and coming talent,
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JobDiva Founder & CEO to Address Selecting the Right ATS at Staffing Industry Analysts Executive Forum North America
Diya Obeid, JobDiva’s Founder and CEO, will address how to avoid pitfalls when selecting the right ATS at Staffing Industry Analysts Executive Forum North America in San Diego, CA in February. His address will take place at 10 AM on Wednesday, February 15th. “Fake news” is in the news, and ATS products are not immune.
By Diya Obeid, Founder & CEO of JobDiva Especially in the staffing industry, empathy is important when conducting business. However, the digitization of our modes of communication has replaced high-touch with high-tech and this has burdened individuals’ empathetic qualities. This mediated communication heightens the risk of misinterpreting how words are used as well as the