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Jason

Jason Heilman works closely with our clients to understand how Sendouts can make recruiting and staffing firms more successful. Having worked with thousands of firms, he has developed a deep understanding of what differentiates successful firms from the rest. In his role as Product Manager, Jason leads the charge to build innovative enhancements that help recruitment firms reach new levels of success.

Articles by Jason

When It Comes to Recruiting Software, Easy Does It

September 5th, 2012 by

As a recruiting software product manager, I know that being easy is actually very difficult. When making something easy for your buyer, user or client, the burden becomes yours. Rather than just throwing options at a symptom, you have to take a holistic approach, looking at different angles of a problem to solve it at the core. Features Don’t...

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Positive; The Word Of The Week

February 16th, 2010 by

It is vital that recruiters are efficiently using every minute of their jam packed work week that starts Monday morning and lasts until Friday afternoon. Are your recruiter’s first 60 minutes of their week being effectively utilized and setting the tone for a positive and successful week? David Szary from Ere.net wrote a phenomenal article about efficiently and successfully...

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What Makes You So Different?

February 2nd, 2010 by

During the Sales process we are frequently asked "What makes you different than your competitors?"  I know the answer to that question but when I turn it around on the client they occasionaly stumble through their words.  Think about how you place yourself and your firm within the industry and what are your strengths?  What are your weaknesses?  Maybe...

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Is The Economy Trying To Tell You Something?

July 24th, 2008 by

Yesterday I spoke with a client who asked me how we are "doing in this economy." I said "Actually we’ve had several record breaking months this year." That wasn’t the response he was expecting but it was the truth. If we are doing well then our clients must be doing well, or maybe they are wisely taking advantage of...

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Bill Of Rights Is Right

June 30th, 2008 by

BearingFruit Consulting is doing a series called Creating The Ultimate Candidate Experience = All You Need Is L.O.V.E.D. and part of the focus is on creating a "Candidate Bill of Rights." "Essentially this is a social contract with your applicants and candidates that defines what they can expect, how they will be treated and creates an environment where each...

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Sendouts User Conference 2008 – Learn, Earn And Play

May 27th, 2008 by

The 2008 Sendouts User Conference, themed "Learn and Earn" kicks off September 9, 2008. After rave reviews last year, it was decided to give the attendees an additional day to attend more break out sessions. With the additional day comes an additional night — and that means a night free for exploring the St. Louis hot spots.  adore St....

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Recruiting Process Automation Vs. The Easy Button

May 12th, 2008 by

More recruiting firms are using technology to automate data entry, candidate sourcing, candidate submittal and the job application process. Process automation should make life easier on the job seeker too. The focus of process automation should be to increase efficiency without reducing quality. I’m sure your are familiar with the Staples Easy Button idea of comparing their services to...

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The Un-Googleables

May 9th, 2008 by

The Wall Street Journal recently claimed "You’re a Nobody Unless Your Name Googles Well."  What if "Googling" someone returns zero results?  Professionally speaking that can say a lot. In some ways, it is just as disappointing as finding less than pleasing search results.  Kevin Delaney said:  For people prone to vanity searching — punching their own names into search...

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