How scheduling software can solve three key recruitment challenges for HR professionals in today’s digital world.

Ever managed an email thread with a pool of interns all hoping to schedule an interview? You’re right to shudder at the thought.

Let’s face it: times change, and therefore so too must the pen and Post-It Note solutions to HR’s most common problems. Today’s candidates are mobile, and increasingly used to a level of connectivity that the “old ways” of HR communication simply can’t handle.

The awesome news is that when your company finally takes the plunge and subscribes to technology that allows for elegant and efficient interactions, everyone wins—your hiring department, your candidate, and your ROI.

Once, during a company meeting, our CEO Bob La Loggia, offering up a compliment on my ability to juggle multiple development projects, announced, “In the hierarchy of multitasking ability, there are men, then there are women, and then there is Nate.” I took pride in “wearing multiple hats,” and being critically involved in multiple projects as a software developer. I wanted to own everything. I thought that by doing so, I was providing the ultimate value to my employer.

Productivity expert and organizational development strategist Nancy Nemitz

Since 2004, Nancy Nemitz has helped companies of all sizes (and their employees) “de-clutter” processes and work habits that keep them from accomplishing their goals.

In this interview, Nancy shares her philosophy and wisdom about increasing productivity through organizational development, including:

Vintage photo of a Piggly Wiggly store parking lot, circa 1961, where the customer self-service concept was born.

In the previous posts in this series, we examined the many benefits that self-service scheduling brings to you as a business and to your customers. We also covered the risks of not implementing self-service solutions into your business processes.

Photo of Arizona entrepreneur John Fees

Join host Kendall Matthews, VP of Global Marketing for AppointmentPlus, as he talks with Arizona native, entrepreneur, and founder of Next Generation Insurance Group, John Fees.

Photo of a rubber ducky featuring the Zappos logo.

To date, our blog series on customer self-service has explored why the technology is establishing itself as a fixture within operational plans. Allowing customers to make appointments online offers them the holy grail of customer benefits — convenience — which delivers companies the business equivalent: customer loyalty.

Image showing the AppointmentPlus Google calendar sync plugin

The software that was designed to make your life easier has seriously kicked up the convenience factor: Introducing Connect-Up for Google Calendar, the new two-way sync plug-in for Google Calendar from AppointmentPlus!

AP Radio Graphic Special Guest Dan Durney

In this episode of AppointmentPlus Radio, Certified Franchise Executive Dan Durney describes:

  • The 7 steps to success as a franchisee
  • How to effectively leverage the franchise infrastructure, and more.

An eye-opening broadcast for anyone in a leadership role, or aiming for one. Business expert and investor Don Henninger speaks candidly about:

Online self service dock scheduling

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, we examined the essential business benefits of offering online self-service scheduling. We also talked about the negative impacts of not offering this self-service technology, and the ways in which it can improve business operations.

In part 3, we’ll talk about “the four big questions” customers use to evaluate their first interaction with you. And we’ll explore how online self-service scheduling helps answer those questions in the affirmative.

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