The Watercooler is PrideStaff’s blog covering trends and tips for successfully managing issues in the workplace, such as: retention, employee engagement, and interviewing.

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Your company culture is what makes the business unique. The set of values and behaviors the business is built on sets the tone for your work environment. Employees abide by these norms on a daily basis, and when hiring, you seek candidates whose values align with these cultural standards. There’s a common misconception that once… Read more »

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Over a year ago, Dawn came to us in need of work and we placed her in a temporary to hire position with one of our clients! Being the ROCKSTAR that she is, she got hired on permanently and has been there for a year! She has even recently received a promotion! We are so happy to… Read more »

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After recently graduating from college, Rajdeeep Bains came to us looking for a job. She landed a great position with one of our clients and the job was too great not to get her friend to apply with us for the position as well! She referred her friend, Jennifer Rodriquez, who was also a recent graduate,… Read more »

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We had the opportunity to celebrate Faith Dhoro on her referral bonus for referring her sister in law, Faith M.   When Faith D mentioned PrideStaff to Faith M, she declared she did not want to go through an agency to find work. She had a poor experience in the past with other staffing agencies… Read more »

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Meet Andrea Chilcote, PrideStaff Staffing Consultant. Andrea’s love for helping others has made her a valuable part of our team!         What were you doing before working with PrideStaff North Dallas? Before working at PrideStaff I was working in Finance and Accounting, my last role was that of a Financial Analyst.  … Read more »

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In most cases, your resume is the first time your name will come across a hiring manager’s desk. This key document serves as both an introduction and a sales pitch, so it needs to be flawless. You already understand the importance of tailoring your resume for each job opportunity; however, you must also need to… Read more »

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When filling an open position on your team, you have a clear vision of the kind of person you want to hire. This is great, but you need to be flexible, because sometimes the best candidate is packaged a little differently than you’d expect. It’s easy to cast off those who don’t meet your vision… Read more »

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Meet Marissa, PrideStaff Recruiting Assistant! She was born and raised in Dallas! She loves playing volleyball and enjoyed surfing while she attended Stetson University in Florida where she received her undergrad.       What were you doing before working with PrideStaff North Dallas? After college I moved to Orlando, FL and took an internship… Read more »

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As a manager, it’s your job to keep your company ahead of the curve. New technologies are constantly hitting the scene that can change the way your team operates for the better. It’s important to stay on top of these trends and make adjustments as needed, because you don’t want to fall behind. You can… Read more »

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When searching for a new job, your resume is the first impression you make on a potential employer. If you want your application to be taken seriously, you have to prove you’re a skills fit. To really drive your abilities home, you need to include a skills section at the top of the page and… Read more »