February was a great month for hires, just look at these smiles! Congratulations to Rudy, Adam, Robert, Miles, Dominic, Monique and Adan!
The Watercooler is PrideStaff’s blog covering trends and tips for successfully managing issues in the workplace, such as: retention, employee engagement, and interviewing.
Your first day at a new job can be stressful. There are new people to meet, names to remember, new software to learn, new hallways and offices to navigate. And, on top of everything, you also must worry about making a good first impression. Eye contact, firm handshakes, and positive, upbeat body language. But there’s… Read more »
Employee motivation can be tricky. There’s no one fix that works for employees and not all fixes are feasible for every company. Regardless, when your employees lose sight of what drives them, or worse, when they become unhappy with their professional situation, you need to step in and incorporate these tips to keep them engaged…. Read more »
So, you want a raise. You might have a very deliberate need for a little extra money—your child’s tuition, a new house, or some unexpected medical expenses. Or you might just think that you deserve a little extra money based on your work ethic and responsibilities from 2018. You’ve put in your time and you’ve… Read more »
There’s no doubt that one of the keys to happiness is achieving a good work-life balance. Even if you absolutely love your job, you still need a break. And, nowadays, that’s more difficult than ever—your smartphone and laptop enable you to work around the clock and some jobs in Denver even recommend it. But, that… Read more »
Setting goals for a team of people is no easy feat. You need to make sure they’re challenging, yet attainable. But, if everyone doesn’t buy-in, the goals are worthless. And without a plan that everyone agrees upon, the goals will never be reached either. But if you are successful at setting attainable, measurable goals, your… Read more »
Kick-starting your career is no easy task, especially if you’re a recent graduate or you feel like you’re competing against people who are more qualified and experienced than you are. But there are ways to grow your skills and show off the ones you have with a little creativity. And, more than that, your efforts… Read more »
It’s that time of year again! The year is ending, which means it’s a great time to reflect on all the great advice we saw this year. When you examine your career, evaluating your 2018 goals, you’re probably trying to gather your thoughts and streamline the best advice you’ve gotten as you set your goals… Read more »
It happens: a candidate gets all excited about a job offer, signs a contract, and then doesn’t show up for the first day of work. There are a lot of reasons for this to happen—they get another offer, their employer offers them a raise, or they just get cold feet and decide they’re not up… Read more »
December is a great time to review your management strategies, evaluate your level of success, and figure out where you need to improve. What have you learned this year? What you can change? What can stay the same? If you need some tips, here’s a look back on the top three management articles from 2018…. Read more »