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InnoTech Impressions from HT Recruiters

November 20th, 2012

By Mark Turpin, CEO, HT Staffing

InnoTech is circled in red on HT Staffing Technical’s calendar; we exhibit at both the Austin and San Antonio events each year. As tech recruiters in Central Texas, we wouldn’t miss the region's largest business technology conference!

Changes 2012 brought to InnoTech Austin included the First Annual Women of IT Summit and a new IT security track. The conference also featured a keynote address from GM’s Timothy Cox about the company’s new Austin-based IT Innovation...

HT Staffing Professional Exhibits at EWTA Info Fair

November 1st, 2012

HT Staffing Professional is excited to be a first-time exhibitor at the 2012 Engineered Wood Technology Association (EWTA) Info Fair. Established in 1993, the Info Fair gathers North America’s leading manufacturers of engineered woods at the Ritz-Carlton in Amelia Island, Florida, November 10 – 13.

HT Staffing Professional does a great deal of recruiting nationwide in manufacturing and engineering, and EWTA serves one of the most prominent manufacturing industries in North America—the forest products industry. Not only is the forest products sector one of the largest, it also is one of the few such industries on the continent that...

A Whirlwind of Recognition for HT Staffing

September 12th, 2012

Our heads are spinning at HT Staffing as we’ve received a whirlwind of recognition over the last month or so:

Fostering Talent: Seven Team Building Steps for Stronger Players

September 4th, 2012

 

What do Verizon, Farmers Insurance and Miami Children's Hospital have in common? They garnered the first three spots on Training magazine's 2012 ranking of the top 125 organizations that excel at employee development. Granted, the mean revenue of worldwide applicants for this prestigious award was $11.3 billion, and on average, each budgeted 4.5 percent of payroll toward “harnessing human capital.”

Whether or not your company’s revenue is in the billion-dollar ballpark, don’t...

Employee Surveys: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

August 8th, 2012

“Our people are our most important asset.” Few employers would disagree with this statement. And many use employee surveys to protect that asset by gauging and improving employee satisfaction and engagement. But are companies using surveys effectively?

  In our experience working with a broad variety of companies, we have seen the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to designing, administering and responding to employee surveys.

The good. Employees are the source of a wealth of information critical to improving productivity, upholding customer satisfaction and fostering a positive work environment. There are many ways to tap into employee intelligence—...