4 Tips for Rejecting an Internal Candidate

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It’s bad enough when you have to tell a stranger that you’ve made a hiring decision that doesn’t include them. However, when it’s someone who is already part of your team, it’s even more difficult. You don’t want any hurt the feelings. In addition, you don’t want the employee to grow disgruntled either. So, what… Read more »

Find Out an Employee is Job Hunting? Here’s What to Do

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As one of the leading staffing agencies in Phoenix, PrideStaff knows when an employee comes to you with a two-week notice letter, their mind is often made up. You could extend a counteroffer, but if they already have one foot out the door, it might not be worth it. However, what if you find out… Read more »

Tips for Cleaning Up Your Hiring Process

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Is your hiring process as efficient as it could be? If not, then now is the ideal time to clean it up for a more focused and effective approach. To help you with the job, here are a few important areas to pay attention to: Determine exactly where you need to clean house. What’s your… Read more »

How to Work with a Tempe Recruiter to Find a Job

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Ever wonder about the difference a professional recruiter in Tempe could make in your job search? They can certainly have an impact, helping you get the inside scoop on potential employers and working to ensure your resume makes it to the top of the pile. However, if you’re never worked with one before, you might… Read more »

5 Common-Sense Ways to Lower Your Risk of a Hiring Mistake

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On paper, the candidate looked perfect. Once hired, they fell apart. Sound familiar? It can certainly happen to any employer. The trick is to spot a problematic employee before making the offer. That can be tough to do, though, when candidates are trained to put only their best foot forward during the hiring process. The… Read more »

6 Signs It’s Time to Promote a Top Employee

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As one of Phoenix’s leading staffing agencies, PrideStaff knows that when it comes to keeping top talent on staff, one of the best ways to do that is through advancement opportunities. But how can you tell if it’s really time to promote a particular employee? Here are a few signs to look for: They’re great… Read more »

5 Mistakes Hiring Managers Make in Phone Screens

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Conducting phone screens are a massive time-saver for hiring managers. Not only is scheduling them much easier, but you can assess more candidates – in less time – than you’re able to do during in-person interviews. For the candidate, it’s more practical, too. With phone screens, they don’t need to take a day off work… Read more »

4 Tips to Better Job Postings in 2018

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It’s the start of another new year. And, if you’re like many companies in and around Phoenix, Tempe, and Gilbert you might have a budget for adding employees to your staff in 2018. But if you’re still relying on old job postings, it’s time for a new approach. Here are four tips to help you… Read more »

How to Motivate Burned Out Employees

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When your employees are happy and feeling balanced, they’re much more productive. However, when they become burned out, it can negatively impact your entire workplace, not to mention your bottom line. How can you spot the signs – and what should you do if you suspect burnout? Here’s a look: The Signs of Employee Burnout… Read more »

Decision Time: How to Choose Between Two Great Candidates

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The good news: You’ve found a handful of strong candidates for your company’s latest job opening. The bad news? You’re having a hard time deciding between the top two. Both are highly experienced and come with equally excellent credentials. How do you choose? Before you make a move, follow these tips: Tip #1: Look back… Read more »