Tips for Helping a Struggling Employee Get Back on Track in 2022

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The New Year ahead is a great time for a fresh start. If someone on your team is struggling, it’s an ideal point to hit the reset button and try to get them on track. Where do you begin? Here are some tips for helping them improve their performance in the New Year: Set up… Read more »

Unhappy at Work? Launch Your New Job Search With These 6 Tips

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If you’ve been unhappy at work for a while and can’t seem to turn the situation around, it’s a good time to launch your search. Many employers are having a difficult time finding talented candidates, and you can land a rewarding opportunity faster; that’s a better fit for you. What are some ways to stand… Read more »

What Hiring Managers Look for Online About You

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In today’s tech-driven world, one of the first places recruiters and hiring managers go to when screening you for a position is Google. They want to see what pops up in search engine results, as well as access any social media profiles you have made public. The most popular site is LinkedIn, with Facebook and… Read more »

Don’t Let Bad Body Language Sabotage Your Next Job Interview

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If you have a job interview coming up, you’re likely busy preparing your answers. However, are you thinking beyond what you’re saying – to how you’re saying it? Body language is the process of communicating non-verbally through conscious or unconscious gestures and movements. If you make the wrong move with your body language, like twirling… Read more »

Are You Promoting Culture in Your Hiring Process?

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In today’s uncertain times, a hiring mistake will cost you more than ever. It’s why you need to make sure you’re bringing people on board who are a fit in terms of their skills and personality. Otherwise, it will lead to a mismatch and potentially disastrous results. To avoid this, talk about your company’s culture… Read more »

6 Interviewing Tactics that Can Frighten Off Great Candidates

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When you’re in the midst of hiring, the interview provides an invaluable opportunity to get more insight into each candidate. However, they’re also evaluating you in the process. That’s why it’s important to take steps to put them at ease, rather than stress them out. If you’re doing the following, though, you might be scaring… Read more »

6 Tips for Helping Stressed Out Employees

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Employees are stressed. In fact, according to Human Resources Executive magazine, 69% of workers say the global pandemic we’re facing is the most stressful time of their entire professional career. However, when you’re running a company, you have to keep production on track. How can you help your employees face all the obstacles coming their… Read more »

Why Working With a Phoenix Staffing Firm is More Important Than Ever

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Hiring under typical circumstances is challenging. But with today’s new normal, it’s harder than ever. There are social distancing protocols to consider, not to mention an onslaught of candidates searching for employment. It’s a lot to deal with, but at PrideStaff, we’re here to help. As an experienced staffing firm serving the Phoenix and Tempe… Read more »

5 Scary Resume Mistakes to Avoid

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With Halloween around the corner, there are plenty of frightening experiences just ahead. Make sure your resume isn’t one of them for hiring managers. When you’re putting yours together, avoid the following mistakes, so you don’t scare off your next potential employer:   Mistake #1: Making hiring managers crazy by not following directions. Hiring managers… Read more »

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 »