Lessons Learned from 20 Years in Staffing: Hire a Great Team

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PrideStaff North Dallas is celebrating our 20th anniversary! Since opening our doors 20 years ago, my team and I have witnessed dramatic changes in our industry, the economy and the way businesses hire and staff their organizations. Through it all, we’ve gained invaluable experience and wisdom – and we’re sharing those business lessons in a… Read more »

4 Ways to Become the Most Popular Temp in the Office

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Working as a temp is a great way to earn extra cash, but it can also open the door to new career opportunities. If you fully commit yourself to the job, you can become one of the most popular people on the team. Being the temp everyone wants to work with will make your experience… Read more »

Ask These 3 Questions to Find Out if You Have a Strong Company Culture

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Company culture is the glue that holds your organization together. Therefore, it’s important to make sure yours is rock solid. Unfortunately, gaps aren’t always easy to see on the surface — especially when you’re so close to the situation. Here are three questions to ask yourself that can help you assess the state of your… Read more »

Lessons Learned from 20 Years in Staffing: Surviving Recession

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PrideStaff North Dallas has been in business for 20 years now – and a lot has changed! Since opening our doors in 2000, my team and I have witnessed dramatic changes in our industry, survived the Great Recession and learned invaluable business lessons along the way. To celebrate our 20th anniversary, we’re sharing those lessons… Read more »

5 Factors to Assess a Candidate’s Potential Job Fit

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Choosing the right person for the job isn’t easy. No doubt, you receive plenty of applications from seemingly qualified candidates for every position you post. However, you have to scratch the surface and dig deep to find the right fit. The best person for the job isn’t always the most obvious choice on paper. Here… Read more »

Lessons Learned from 20 Years in Staffing: Partner with Dallas’ Best Places to Work

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Shifting economic and employment conditions. Advancing technology. Dramatic evolutions in the way we staff organizations and get work done. Over the past two decades, so much about our businesses and lives have changed; we’ve gained so much experience and wisdom along the way. As we prepare to celebrate our 20th anniversary, my team and I… Read more »

Learn How to Have a Successful Phone Interview

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Interviewing for a new job is a process — and often, it starts with a phone screening. While this type of interview is more informal than a traditional one held in person, it’s still a very big deal. If you don’t make a great impression in this round, you won’t be invited back, so it’s… Read more »

How to Effectively Give Feedback To Your Employees

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As the boss, it’s your job to help your employees learn and grow. This means providing feedback on things they’re doing well and areas for improvement. The thing is, all feedback isn’t useful. For it to really resonate, you need to get your delivery just right. Here are a few tips to help you critique… Read more »

5 Ways to Immediately Make New Employees Feel Welcome

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After searching for the right fit for a while, you’ve just hired a new employee. Adding a new person to the team is a very big deal for your company, but it’s also life-changing for your chosen candidate. Starting a new job typically feels both exciting and intimidating, so do everything you can to make… Read more »

Learn How to Follow Up After Attending a Job Fair

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Job fairs can be a great place to connect with several potential employers at once. The only problem is, these events often attract several hundred — or even thousands — of other job seekers with the same end goal as you. Since competition can be intense, it’s important to follow up properly, so you can… Read more »