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Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
EmployStream offers the best onboarding and candidate experience platform in the staffing industry. Built to automate and simplify critical touchpoints throughout the hiring process, EmployStream’s cloud-based, mobile-first platform makes qualifying, hiring, and engaging candidates easy for everyone involved. It eliminates costly mistakes and delays allowing companies to hire up to 90% faster and at half the cost.
Staffing Firm employees, 40-45 year old (male or female). Has 15 years experience and is the VP of operations. They didn't start out in staffing but found a career in operations that have led them here. They are driven by process improvement, and have never been ok with accepting 'how things are'. They are focused on 'finding a better way' in all elements. They don't just 'do'. They do, then think about what could be better. Heavily detail oriented. Their day consists of putting out fires and managing the business process of the organization. In their spare time, which is limited, they dedicate to minor process improvements for short, quick wins but have little time or resources to really dedicate to finding a more permanent, long term solution. They believe that there must be more out there that what their current technology platform offers. They inherited a low tech operating system and see the needs for massive upgrades. This is where they find us, or we get lucky and find them.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Looking for a new, fresh, simple design for our pricing/packages sheets (attached as pricing.pdf). All content on the sheets are current, just need a new design. It's important to stay on brand and to simplify the current design. I've attached some images that you can use if you see fit.
There will be additional pieces to redesign once a new design has been approved for this piece. There shouldn't be a need for stock images, but if you need them, go ahead.