Top Behavioral Interview Questions

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Many employers say that how an employee behaves on the job is just as important as their skill level and experience. When you’re hiring, it’s important to keep in mind that even though a person might have all of the necessary qualifications to do the job, that doesn’t mean that they’ll be able to work… Read more »

Dealing with Tardiness in the Workplace in Dallas

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Employee tardiness is a struggle that all managers face at some point. The occasional morning where an employee is running late is forgivable (and even expected.) However, a company-wide problem with punctuality can have a lasting detrimental impact on your organization. When an employee shows up late for work consistently, it says one thing loud… Read more »

Dealing with Underperforming Employees in Dallas

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All managers occasionally have to deal with an employee who is under-performing. You hired an individual who seemed promising—and perhaps they started out this way—but suddenly their job performance has become weaker and weaker. Whether it’s a question of skills, motivation, or focus, an employee who is regularly performing poorly on the job can have… Read more »

212 Degree Award Winner

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With over 40 offices nationwide, it isn’t easy for PrideStaff to single out just one outstanding team. But this spring they did just that.“This [type of] innovation,” explains Tammi Heaton, PrideStaff COO, “has helped them expand their market reach and build an extremely strong reputation throughout the Greater Dallas are  In April 2013, PrideStaff’s North… Read more »

Choosing the Right Staffing Agency

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Put simply, each staffing agency is unique. If you’ve decided that your organization could use the help of a staffing partner, it’s important to understand how to determine if an agency is the right fit. Here are just a few of the many things to consider when selecting a staffing agency: Identify Your Company’s ‘Pain… Read more »

Dallas Residents Honored with PrideStaff’s Annual Leadership Award

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President’s Circle Award Given to Top Achievers in Growth Dallas, TX April 11, 2013 – Amy Linn and Julie Vicic, Franchisees/Strategic-Partners of the Dallas North PrideStaff office, have been honored with a PrideStaff President’s Circle Award. The award acknowledges PrideStaff franchisees, account managers and company managers who have grown their staffing offices and exceeded revenue… Read more »

Dallas Staffing Firm Earns PrideStaff’s 212 Degree Award for Top Performance

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Dallas, TX April 5, 2013 — The North Dallas PrideStaff office has been honored with the 212 Degree award. This annual honor is awarded to the PrideStaff office that continually goes above and beyond, providing extra effort and contributions to provide the highest possible level of service to clients and helping expand the reach of… Read more »

Pridestaff Makes Inavero’s 2013 Best of Staffing Client and Talent List

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FRESNO, CA – PrideStaff, a leading national staffing franchise organization, today announced they have each been named to Inavero’s 2013 Best of Staffing™ Client and Talent List. Presented in partnership with CareerBuilder, the fourth annual Best of Staffing list provides the only statistically valid, objective, service quality benchmarks in the industry and reveals which staffing… Read more »

The Top 5 Pain Points in Performance Reviews (And How To Solve Them)

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Most everyone dreads dealing with performance appraisals. Let’s be honest: performance reviews are a pain in the you-know-what. Employees don’t like them and HR aren’t fans either–45 percent of HR leaders didn’t think reviews were good gauges of a worker’s performance, compared to last year’s 39 percent, according to a poll by the Society of… Read more »

Changing Organizational Culture: Do You Do It Top Down or Ground Up?

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Lots of companies are adding an executive-level position of culture chief. Seems like a good idea, right? NOT SO! When done right, a culture exec can be a powerful role to marshal resources, but it runs a HUGE risk of communicating a top-down approach to culture–and that’s not the way to go. What works better?… Read more »