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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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 »

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The Key to Eating a Better Breakfast

We all leave out breakfast from time to time, and we have many reasons for skipping. You might prefer getting an extra 30 minutes to an hour of sleep instead of getting up and preparing a meal. It may be tough to find the motivation and energy to cook breakfast when you wake up. Many… Read more »

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Perfecting Your Elevator Pitch

The elevator pitch is the prepared statement that defines your product, service, or your value as an employee in a short amount of time. It typically includes an introduction and then moves on to a summary of the subject and concludes with a question. The pitch should consist of clear language expressed in layman’s terms…. Read more »

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Tattoos in the Workplace

It could be the tribal armband, the distracting stamp on the lower back, or even an intricate facial design. These days, tattoos are everywhere, successfully transitioning from the arms of sailors to the ankles of sorority sisters. A person’s creativity and imagination are the only limiting factors to designs. Although we may love the tattoos that adorn our bodies,… Read more »

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Developing Your Workforce | Staffing in Denver Colorado

As technology advances at light speed and automated devices make businesses more proficient, it is still people who run the company. This fact makes hiring and getting the most out of your workforce critical to the success of your company. When developing your workforce in the business world, it is essential to get the most out of… Read more »

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Remain Professional in the Workplace

It only takes a few seconds for someone to form their impression of you, so make sure it is a professional one. What you wear is crucial, even if your company does not have a dress code. Dress in clothing appropriate for your work environment and take cues from your colleagues. Stand straight, make eye contact,… Read more »

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Planning for a Successful Day at Work

Being productive at work is about being the best at what you do, being disciplined, systematic, well-prepared, organized, and working smarter. Productivity is about doing all these things in a timely fashion. By working efficiently, you will accomplish more in less time with better results. The key to increasing your work productivity lies in replacing… Read more »

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Showing Up to Work Excited

If you want to achieve your goals and increase your chances of success, the ability to get and stay motivated consistently is crucial. Here are few ways to help you wake up energized and full of excitement for the coming day. Never Hit the Snooze Button Set your clock for when you need to get… Read more »

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Addressing Workplace Safety Concerns

Safety concerns are a critical issue in every workplace. Keeping your workforce safe and healthy is a priority, and it is up to you, as an employer, to preserve a safe and healthy workplace. Your organization may have its unique system, which reflects the way it does business. What is most important is that your… Read more »

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Communicating with Candidates During COVID-19

Communicating with your candidates is always important, but maintaining strong communication with them during a crisis can set you apart from your competitors. Thanks to COVID-19, our economy came to a grinding halt in March, and businesses are facing unique challenges. On one hand, millions of businesses were deemed “non-essential” and were forced to close… Read more »