6 Ways to Become a Leader Pt. 2


You have great ideas and incredible vision for the future, so you need use them to your advantage. Last month, we started this two-part series to help you become a leader. Hopefully, you’ve already gotten the process moving by putting the first three approaches we shared into action — making self-improvement a constant priority, finding… Read more »

How to Move Forward When You’ve Outgrown Your Existing Opportunity


Now that you’ve been at your job for a few years, you’ve come to a crossroads. What was once a fulfilling, challenging role has become mundane. You spend much of your workday bored because you’ve accomplished every goal the job has to offer. As an ambitious person, you want to get out of this career… Read more »

6 Ways to Become a Leader Pt.1


If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines watching others take the lead, it’s time to get off the bench and show the team what you’re made of. To become an outstanding leader, you don’t need decades of work experience or a slew of impressive credentials to your name — you just have to believe in… Read more »

Your Interview Follow-Up Email Should Include These Three Things


Now that your job interview is over, you can breathe a huge sigh of relief. All your research and preparation paid off and you feel like you made a great impression. Though the hardest part of the process is over, your work is not quite done yet. Now it’s time to write a personalized follow-up… Read more »

Miserable at Your Job? Job Seek Proactively!


When you hate your job, every workday seems to drag on forever. Whether you’re bored, treated poorly by your manager or just don’t fit into the company culture, you’re far too talented to be stuck somewhere that makes you miserable. It’s time to take control of your career and finally find a new job. Instead… Read more »

3 Steps for Cleaning Up Your Online Reputation


Everyone makes mistakes, but if yours have been documented online, they’re probably hurting your chances of getting a job. In fact, a 2015 CareerBuilder survey revealed that 52% of employers use social media sites to screen job candidates and another 51% uses search engines. If your online reputation isn’t good, it’s time to focus on… Read more »

3 Tips for Negotiating Salary as a Job Candidate


Negotiating Salary | Dallas Employment Tips

After making it through rounds of tedious job interviews, it’s beyond exciting to receive an offer for a position you really want. However, your joy can quickly fade if the size of the salary the company wants to pay you falls below your expectations. Money should never be your primary motivation to accept a new… Read more »

How to Address Employment Gaps in Your Resume


Resume Gaps | Employment Gap

If you’ve been out of the workforce for awhile, you may feel a bit apprehensive about coming back, but many people step away from their jobs for a bit and return stronger than ever. It’s important to be honest about your employment gap, because there’s nothing to be ashamed of. Interviewers will ask about your… Read more »

3 Tips on Finding a New Job in the First Months of 2016


Finding a Job in 2016 | PrideStaff Dallas

The new year is upon us and there’s no better time to break out of your career rut and make a fresh start. If you’ve been out of the job search for awhile, you’ll quickly notice that things have changed a lot over the past few years. These days, getting a great new job takes… Read more »

What Can a Mentor Really Do To Help You Advance Your Career?


Career Mentor | PrideStaff Dallas

Getting ahead in the business world is tough. You’re a talented professional who can achieve anything you put your mind to, but it’s much easier if you don’t have to go it alone. Finding a mentor can prove invaluable to your career, because they know exactly what it takes to navigate the path to success…. Read more »