Interviewing Candidates? Look Out for These Red Flags

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When you’re interviewing, you have a lot on your plate. You’re trying to get to know candidates on a more personal level; assess their skills, abilities and experiences; and evaluate their personality, habits and attitudes to check for cultural fit. One wrong move in any of these areas can lead to a hiring mistake. What… Read more »

5 Tips for Training Your New Hire

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When you’re hiring, you’re focused on screening, interviewing and vetting. Once you make that final choice, the work still isn’t over. Proper training and onboarding are key if you want your new hire to get engaged from the start and hit the ground running in their position. This not only improves employee satisfaction, but retention,… Read more »

How to Handle Employees Who Don’t Get Along

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Work Arguement

You have a team with so many different personalities on it. The bad news is that they’re not always going to get along. However, there is good news, too. In fact, by following a few simple steps, you can set the stage for less conflict and more camaraderie, leading to better bottom-line results in the long… Read more »

Stressed! Helping Employees Better Deal With It On the Job

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Stress is a part of life on the job. And you need employees who can handle it. If, however, you’re noticing some of your team members are buckling under pressure, what can you do to help them deal? Here are a few quick tips from the Tempe recruiters at PrideStaff to put to use: Ask… Read more »

4 Signs Your Top Employee Might Be Leaving Soon

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Employee turnover is expensive, which is why you want to hang onto your key staff. However, if you’re noticing any of the signs below, it could be an indication one of them is about to jump ship. A change in appearance. If an employee typically dresses casually, but is suddenly donning suits to work, it… Read more »

How to Reject a Job Candidate Without Burning Bridges

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Have a candidate with a great background, just not for the particular role you’re looking to fill? You’ll want to maintain a relationship going forward in case a better-fit opportunity opens up. But right now, you still have to reject them. How do you do that without burning bridges? Here are 3 tips to help… Read more »

5 Goal-Setting Tips for Getting Ahead in Your Career

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Launching a job search involves more than just writing your resume, hitting networking events, and scouring the job boards. Your first step in the process should actually be to take one step back, so you can fully assess where you are now and where you want to go in the future. To help you with… Read more »

Hiring Entry Level Candidates? Here’s How to Screen Them

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Graduation is just around the corner and soon enough, you’ll have many entry-level candidates knocking on your door. They’ll bring with them a fresh perspective and plenty of enthusiasm. However, when it comes to actually hiring them, it can be a challenge since there’s often no track record or experience to assess. So how can… Read more »