Unhappy at Work? 6 Signs That It Is Time to Search for a New Job

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Unhappy at Work? 6 Signs That It Is Time to Search for a New Job | PrideStaff Denver Northwest

At some point in your career, you might be unhappy with your job. Sometimes it is apparent, and other times it is not as clear. Either way, signs are telling you it may be time to go. People often miss these signs and dismiss them as a regular part of being employed. Here are six… Read more »

Hiring Manager’s Inboxes Are Full: How to Write a Subject Line That Gets Your Resume Read

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Hiring Manager’s Inboxes Are Full: How to Write a Subject Line That Gets Your Resume Read

A well-constructed resume will probably get you a call back from an employer. However, if you fail to include a subject line, there is a possibility that nobody will read it. The subject line will determine the fate of your resume. The subject line determines if someone will read your email or delete it thinking… Read more »

How to Transition From Your Home Office Back to the Real Office

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We are slowly beginning to transition back to our offices which means it is time to jump from remote work to in-person work. However, the transition from remote work back to the office can be challenging. Here is advice to help you move from working remotely back into your old office. 6 Ways to Make… Read more »

What to Wear to a Zoom Interview (Tips for the Spring)

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What to Wear to a Zoom Interview (Tips for the Spring) | PrideStaff Denver Northwest

Zoom is changing the way we select an outfit for a job interview. What works for an in-person interview may look horrible for a video meeting. So, before you participate in your next Zoom interview, try these tips for what to wear on Zoom this spring. What to Wear for Your Spring Zoom Interview? Grooming… Read more »

Creating a Company Culture Employees L-O-V-E Being a Part Of

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These days, job candidates have more options than ever before. Salary and job perks are no longer enough to attract and keep top talent in Denver and elsewhere. It is essential to create a company culture in which your employees will take pride. Here are a few approaches to do just that. Align the Culture… Read more »

What Should You Do if You are Offered a Job…Weeks After Starting a New One?

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Although it is not common, people do leave jobs within the first few months of accepting it. The situation may not be the position you envision, the culture makes you unhappy, or you might receive a better offer. What ought you do if you have just started a new job, and you receive a better… Read more »

Three Signs Your Top Employees are Reaching a Mental Breaking Point

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It is only natural to push your employees hard to meet deadlines and increase productivity. However, your employees may be reaching their mental limits. Here are three indicators that your employees may be reaching their breaking point Changes in Work Habits If your employee is reaching a mental breaking point, they may display a lack… Read more »

The Key to Getting Introvert Employees to Speak up During a Meeting

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Meetings always favor extroverts. An extroverted employee has no trouble speaking even if their contribution does not move a conversation forward. Introverts need time, and they will never talk just to be speaking. It is a frustrating situation both for the introverted employee and for the leader of the meeting. However, there are ways to… Read more »

The Key to a Successful Monday is Proper Planning on Friday

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A lot of people say that Fridays at work are worthless. People leave early to head to happy hour or to leave town for a long weekend at the beach. And although it’s probably true that Friday afternoon meetings are a waste of everyone’s time, Fridays themselves can be pretty significant as you set yourself… Read more »

Is Your Job Bringing You Personal Enjoyment? If not, it might be time to chat with your boss about aligning your day to day

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Too many people settle for the notion that work is simply something to be endured, that we wake up grumpy on Monday morning and spend the rest of the week counting the minutes until Friday afternoon. But people who are happy at work perform better, form better relationships with their co–workers, and take more pride… Read more »