Posts By: Dee Williams

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List Of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Small Business Relief Programs for Staffing Businesses

by Dee Williams • March 24, 2020

Please note, we are regularly updating this story as more details become available. Last update: March 23, 2020. Small businesses, Startups, and Recruitment & Staffing businesses have been hit hard by mandatory business closures and safety measures required to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), which will lead to the loss of millions of […]


The Benefits of Starting a Niche Recruiting & Staffing Agency Business

by Dee Williams • March 22, 2020

The Benefits of Starting a Niche Recruiting & Staffing Agency Business can be very rewarding! This emerging industry is really becoming one of the most sought after start-up entrepreneurial opportunities today. Why? Well, let’s see: – This is a growing $126.8B industry so there is lots of room earn $$$ fast. – You get to […]


Niche Staffing Agencies Are Popping Up Everywhere!

by Dee Williams • March 19, 2020

If you’re not in the know, the statistics are out! 57% of the workforce plans to look for new jobs this year and niche staffing agencies are the key to attracting specific top talent and filling specific jobs in a time and space where there is a major talent war going on. What does this […]


Tips on Starting A Small Recruitment & Staffing Agency Business

by Dee Williams • March 19, 2020

Small recruitment & staffing businesses have many challenges to stay afloat. Many budding entrepreneurs think that all they need is the idea, a name for their small recruitment & staffing business, and a bit of work and the agency will sell itself and money will come rolling in. This is why collaborative systems are important […]


Why You Should Start A Niche’ Recruitment & Staffing Business

by Dee Williams • March 17, 2020

Did you know that in 2017, companies in the U.S. spent $141 Billion on staffing services and companies globally spent $428 Billion: 24% of US Staffing Revenue in 2017 Came From The IT Industry 15% of US Staffing Revenue in 2017 Came From The Office Clerical Industry 13% of US Staffing Revenue in 2017 Came […]


Why Consultants & Contractors Should Start A Niche Employment Recruiting & Staffing Business

by Dee Williams • March 13, 2020

Starting any business can be tough, but as a consultant or contractor, making the move to becoming a Staffingpreneur can be rewarding for an entrepreneur that possesses expertise in a specific niche or area. Why Should A Consultant Become A Staffingpreneur? If you’re currently a consultant or contractor servicing a specific niche, starting your very […]


Three Tips For Starting A Successful Home Based Recruiting Business

by Dee Williams • March 10, 2020

It seems that everywhere you look, someone has a foolproof plan to offer you, to starting a successful home based recruiting business. Most of them sound quite promising, and many of them guarantee ease throughout the entire process of establishing a successful home based recruiting business. Although running a successful home based recruiting business may […]


Staffingpreneurs – Pot Legalizations Push U.S. Closer to Weed Business Boom

by Dee Williams • March 9, 2020

Understand that this industry is happening and now is the time for entrepreneurs and start-ups to innovate: http://nbcnews.to/1snUeTx. Pot Legalizations Push U.S. Closer to Weed Business Boom BY BILL BRIGGS Voter legalization of recreational marijuana in two more states plus the District of Columbia this week mounts pressure on the federal government to decriminalize cannabis […]


Who Is The Top ATS of 2018?

by Dee Williams • February 23, 2020

Today, we are getting fired up about the top five applicant tracking systems of 2018. Okay, so I’m just putting this little quick video out because I’m trying to figure out why haven’t you completed the survey that’s in the link below. We sent the survey out now four times, and we’re deciding to do […]


There are many different types of Entrepreneurs out there…

by Dee Williams • February 16, 2020

Review the list and feel free to comment below! Entrepreneur – this is the traditional risk taker that sees the path they are forging as less risky than working for somebody else doing something that isn’t interesting, isn’t rewarding, or may conflict with their values. If you’re trying to make it big as an entrepreneur, […]