5 Tips to Help Your Team Adjust to Remote Work

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Your team has been working remotely for a while now, and it seems like it will continue this way for quite some time. Overall, things are going well, but there’s room for improvement. Initially, you were in a rush to get everyone up and running from home, but now you’re ready to formalize new policies… Read more »

Managers Play an Important Role in Employee Well-Being

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As the boss, you have a huge impact on the lives of your employees. More than just the person who assigns work and gives performance reviews, you play a direct role in their well-being. Of course, you’re not responsible for their health and happiness, but you do hold more influence than you might realize. When… Read more »

4 Ways to Support Employees Returning to Work

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Most — or all — of your employees haven’t been working onsite during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past few months, they’ve either been working from home or furloughed, but the time has come to resume operations in the new normal. No doubt, everyone is at least a bit nervous about this, as the pandemic… Read more »

3 Reasons People Need a Compassionate Leader

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As the boss, you’re in charge, but that doesn’t mean you can treat your employees any way you want. Holding this highly visible position means you set the tone for your team, so make it a kind one. Many leaders prefer to rule with an iron fist because they believe this produces better results —… Read more »

3 Tips to Keep Your Manufacturing Employees Safe

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Your manufacturing employees make your company a success. As part of your team, you want to do everything possible to keep them happy, healthy, and safe. Since the nature of their jobs can be dangerous, it’s important to put adequate protections in place. Here are a few tips to ensure you’re doing everything to provide… Read more »

4 Tips to Boost Your Employees’ Confidence

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Your employees are your greatest assets. The sky’s the limit when they believe in themselves, so it’s important to nurture their confidence and help them realize their potential. Being the boss puts you in a position to have a profound impact on your employees. The gift of confidence is one of the greatest things you… Read more »

Lessons Learned from 20 Years in Staffing: Take Great Care of Talent

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PrideStaff North Dallas is celebrating our 20th anniversary! A lot has happened since we opened our doors 20 years ago; our economy, employment market, workforce models, technology, and industry have changed dramatically. Through it all, we’ve gained invaluable experience and wisdom – and we’re sharing those business lessons in a series of 12 posts to… Read more »

4 Mistakes Managers Unknowingly Make

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Being the boss is hard work. The job doesn’t come with an instruction manual, so you have to figure it out as you go. You want to be the best possible leader for your team, but you’re only human, so you’re going to make mistakes. Here’s a look at four common missteps managers make. If… Read more »

4 Ways to Help a Stressed Out Employee

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Everyone gets stressed sometimes, but one of your employees seems to be weighed down. Instead of behaving like their cheery, enthusiastic self, they’ve been easily flustered and notably moody. You’re not sure if something is going on at work or home, but you’re concerned. Not only are they an important part of your team —… Read more »

Lessons Learned from 20 Years in Staffing: Be a Partner, Not Just a Vendor

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What has PrideStaff North Dallas learned from 20 years of staffing success? Where do I start?! Over the past two decades, we’ve learned so much about what to do to succeed: · Work with the best. · Hire a great team. · Be prepared to thrive in any economy. But sometimes, the most valuable business… Read more »