The Top Qualities to Look For in Successful Remote Employees

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As many employees work from home, it is vital to understand what to look for in a remote employee. Workers with the right attitude and mindset for remote work are the most successful when working from home. Here are essential qualities to watch for in remote employees. 8 Key Qualities Successful Remote Employees Possess Communication… Read more »

How to Build and Maintain Relationships With Employees While Working Remotely

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Working Remote in 2021 | PrideStaff Denver Northwest

Remote work is a challenge, and it can make maintaining business relationships difficult. Without face-to-face interaction, communication with team members can be less than productive. Strong relationships are crucial for productivity in the workplace. How Can We Develop or Continue Relationships While Working Remotely?   Be Accessible Remote work allows you to work at your… Read more »

How to Prepare to Work Through COVID-19 (Safety and Procedures)

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Working through the COVID-19 pandemic is a tremendous challenge that requires preparation. Supervisors and employees must be ready for the task. A safe workplace is essential for the safety and welfare of all employees. Top priorities should include employee safety, proper hygiene, and employee health. Tips to Safely Navigate Obstacles Posed by COVID-19 A Safe… Read more »

Are You Coaching Your Employees to Get 1% Better Every Day

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Coaching Employees in Denver Colorado

To build and maintain a self-motivated staff that gets a little better each day, it is vital that you coach your employees. Although this process does take time, the results are worth the investment. The more effective your coaching is, the more prepared your team will be in achieving their goals. Positive coaching will steer… Read more »

How to Build a Work Environment That Promotes Gratitude and Thankfulness

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Showcase Gratitude in the Workplace

Building a work environment that promotes gratitude within your company is a smart business move. You will gain employees who feel like you appreciate their work, helping you build a healthy organization. All employees welcome the good feeling they get when someone says thank you, it is an essential human requirement. Authentic gratitude is a… Read more »

Three Mistakes Managers Might Make While Trying to Hire too Quickly

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Common Mistakes of Hiring Managers

As a hiring manager, you know that hiring the best employees is the key to success for your company. The pressure to hire the best candidate can create a stressful situation. Bad hires damage your company, while you waste time and money trying to find a replacement. You are not alone. Even the top hiring… Read more »

The Key to Staffing Up for Peak Production Season

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Peak production season is a challenging time for all companies. It is peak season, the time when you need all your employees to show up consistently and be ready and eager to work. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. Here are some strategies to help you staff up for peak production season at your company…. Read more »

Developing a Mentorship Program Among Your Workforce

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Develop a Mentor Program at Work

In leadership, it is crucial that you help your employees develop their skills and reach their full potential. If you want your team to progress and improve in their jobs, a mentorship program is a fantastic way to do just that. Here are tips on making a mentorship program a part of normal company operations…. Read more »

How to Balance Speed with Quality When Hiring

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Balancing Speed with Hiring

When you plan to hire a new employee, it is essential that you strike a balance between quality and speed. Quality candidates help you to avoid hiring bad candidates, which costs your company money. A quality candidate helps your company increase productivity, inspires new ideas and boosts morale. Finding a high-quality candidate is undoubtedly worth… Read more »

Three Ways to Approach an Employee Who is Visibly Overwhelmed and Stressed

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Excessive stress is a major problem for the American working population. A little bit of stress is okay—it keeps people moving forward and focused on their goals. But too much stress can lead to trouble sleeping and eating, heart problems, disengagement, and immune deficiencies. If you notice your employees are overwhelmed and stressed, it’s worth… Read more »