4 Tips for Hiring During Today’s Great Resignation

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In today’s job market, it’s hard to find mediocre candidates to hire, let alone your next star performer. The pandemic’s “Great Resignation” combined with the continued Baby Boomer exodus has created a perfect storm for employers looking to hire. What’s more is that if you bring a candidate on board who’s a bad fit, they… Read more »

Are You Offering On-the-Job Training? Here’s Why It’s Key

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Work is busy, and you’re short-staffed. The last thing on your mind is employee training. However, it’s actually key to remaining competitive and keeping your employees happy. Here’s why. The Many Benefits of On-the-Job Training When you offer job training to your employees, you’ll give them a boost and your bottom line too because: Employees… Read more »

How Gratitude for Your Team Can Make You a Better Boss in 2022

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It’s been a difficult couple of years for everyone. If your team has stuck by your side and weathered the many ups and downs that have come along, you should be grateful for them and their resiliency. However, if you’re not expressing your appreciation, then you’re missing out on a key opportunity to build a… Read more »

Fighting Employee Fatigue: 4 Tips for Managing Your Team

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The last couple of years have been incredibly difficult for everyone. No matter the personal situations of those on your staff, you can assume they are suffering from pandemic fatigue, stress from worker shortages, and the myriad other issues coming their way. This constant and high level of stress can lead to mistakes on the… Read more »

Decision Time: Should You Take a Chance on a Less Qualified Candidate?

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When you’re hiring, you have a lot of possibilities that come your way. What happens if a candidate seems like a great fit and has a lot of potential, but doesn’t have all the experience you want? This can certainly be a tricky situation. After all, hiring is a risky business and one wrong move… Read more »

Just How Important is Cultural Fit When Hiring?

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When resumes come across your desk, you’re on the lookout for certain skills and qualifications. However, are you also taking into account cultural fit? Once you decide on a few top candidates to interview, you must assess them for your company’s culture. Otherwise, if you make a hiring mistake, it will impact their job satisfaction… 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 »

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 »

6 Strategies for Building a Stronger Workforce in 2019

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Great companies have one common denominator: top employees. And the start of a New Year is an ideal time to take stock of how you manage yours and make adjustments, all so you can build the most productive workforce possible in 2019. To do that, here are 6 strategies to incorporate: #1: Make expectations clear…. Read more »