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Minimizing Workplace Rumors

Gossip flourishes in most workplaces these days. It is so bad that it seems like talking about each other is all we have to do. Workers talk about the company, their  and their managers. It is common for employees to take a partial truth and run with it. In the workplace, people will gossip about… Read more »

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Preventing Workplace Burnout | PrideStaff Denver Northwest

Burnout is a prevalent condition in the workplace these days. On average, you spend 2.6 hours per day checking email. Add to that more than eight hours a day at work and 23 hours a week stuck in meetings. You get the point. Although not a medical condition itself, burnout can lead to depression, anxiety,… Read more »

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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 »

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Including References on a Resume | Jobs in Denver Colorado

It pays to have reliable, recent job references that can speak to your qualifications, especially if they pertain to the job you seek. Keep your references up-to-date and validated. The fewer red flags you raise with your references, the better. Why You Need References Employers typically use references to make hiring decisions. A lack of… Read more »

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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 »

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Sabotaging Workplace Success

Sabotage is the action of destroying or undermining something covertly. It typically implies that there is a direct and deliberate involvement on the part of the saboteur. Sabotage is often a theme in spy novels or news stories about damage caused by business insiders. Self-sabotage occurs when this destructive behavior points at yourself. Destruction often… Read more »

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Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid | Jobs in Denver

Your resume is one of the prime ways an employer can assess you as a possible job candidate, and a flawed submission can get you screened out quickly. Typos, grammatical errors, and submitting resumes that do not match the job description will put you out of consideration with any employer. When you apply to your… Read more »

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Competition for top talent is fierce and retaining these valuable workers is vital for the success of your company. The cost of employee turnover remains high, and there are other hidden costs, such as reduced productivity, decreased commitment, training costs, and cultural impact. If you want to improve workplace retention, you must hire the right… Read more »

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Getting a Salary Raise in 2021

If you are considering asking for a raise in 2021, good for you. However, make sure you prepare in advance to increase your chances of successfully getting a raise. Discussing money is taboo in our culture. A significant reason why many people do not negotiate salary is that they feel discomfort in asking for more… Read more »

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Upskilling Your Workforce | Mentoring in Denver Colorado

Upskilling is just a new term for professional training and development. However, upskilling is more than just a nice perk you can do for your employees. It is now a must-do in today’s business world. Upskilling is the practice of teaching your employees new skills as technology affords new opportunities and new jobs which require… Read more »