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 »

5 Bad Work Habits You Should Ditch Immediately

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You’re a fantastic worker, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have bad habits to break. These behaviors have a way of creeping up on you — first, it’s something you do once or twice, then before you know it, it’s become a pattern. It’s often hard to break habits that have become commonplace because when… 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 »

5 Ways to Train New Employees and Complete Your Own Work

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Hiring a new team member is exciting — but it can also be stressful. No matter how seasoned they are, a new employee requires a certain amount of training. Without it, they won’t learn how to properly do their job, which will both limit their effectiveness and decrease their level of job satisfaction. Of course,… 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 »

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 »

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 »