By Scot Feldmeyer
BarryStaff of Cincinnati newsletter 2/29/12
In these times of ever changing technology you can count on BarryStaff to be a technology leader in the staffing industry. We are constantly looking for ways to improve communication with our clients and make working with BarryStaff the easy and efficient way to staff your company. Did you know that you can stay in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin? And if you haven’t checked out our web site lately you ought to give us a look at www.barrystaff.com. We have a blog there with all latest news and articles about staffing, employment, interviewing, and more. You can even check out pictures of all the BarryStaffers.
Another technical innovation that’s available from BarryStaff is the ability to have our customers receive their bills by email rather than “snail mail.” All you need to do to activate this billing option is call Robert in our Dayton office. Also we have the newest in technology available in time reporting for our customers. For customers with at least 25 BarryStaff employees on site, we can install a BarryStaff time clock on the premise where the employees can clock in and out on our clock and it automatically uploads to BarryStaff’s payroll system. All you need is internet access at the clock’s location. How easy can we make it?
The bottom line is that we try to make it easy to do business with us. Along that line we will always try to be the industry leader when it comes to using available technology. To make your staffing life easier, just give us a call.
JOKE OF THE DAY. Today’s joke covers a couple of seasonal situations.
It seems there was a pub in Ireland where a man came in one day and ordered 3 beers, which he drank and then left. The man did this every day and the bartender thought it kind of odd so he asked him why he always ordered 3 beers at once.
“Well,” said the man. “I have two brothers. One of them moved to America and the other moved to Australia but we agreed to keep our bond as brothers by always drinking 3 beers like we did before we went our different ways.”
The bartender kind of liked this idea but he was shocked one day when the man came in and ordered only two beers.
“My condolences on the parting of one of your brothers,” said the bartender. “As I noticed that you only ordered two beers.”
The man thought on it for a second and then said, “Oh thanks for the thought, but both of my brothers are alive and well. You see I’ve been ordering only two beers lately because I decided to give it up for Lent.”