Job-Hopping Is on the Rise: How to Improve Employee Retention

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Job-Hopping Is on the Rise: How to Improve Employee Retention

When you consider the costs of employee turnover, the importance of employee retention becomes clear. Turnover costs typically far exceed the departing employee’s salary, not to mention the soft costs like lowered productivity, decreased engagement, training costs, and cultural impact. It can be detrimental to an organization. So why do employees leave? You will probably… Read more »

5 Tips to Help Denver Companies Hire Top Gen Z Talent

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5 Tips to Help Your Company Hire Top Gen Z Talent | PrideStaff Denver Northwest

As Generation Z enters the workforce, they are rapidly establishing themselves with their technical abilities, excellent communication skills, and ability to adapt quickly to new situations. As a result, the expectation is that they will comprise more than 20% of the global workforce in the next five years. So what strategy will your company use… Read more »

3 Common Remote Worker Relocation Issues Companies Are Facing

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3 Common Remote Worker Relocation Issues Companies Are Facing |Pridestaff Denver Northwest

There are a growing number of workers who are choosing to relocate due to the flexibility that telecommuting offers. A new report suggests that more than 1 in 10 Americans have moved during the pandemic, with remote work being the primary reason for the move. However, dispersion of the workforce creates challenges for managers who… Read more »

4 Employee Appreciation Tips to Consider This Holiday Season

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The holidays are a great time to show that you’re thankful for all your blessings—your family, a roof over your head, your friends, your career, and all your talents. But have you considered showing appreciation for your employees this holiday season? Good employees aren’t easy to find, so it’s important to show your gratitude and let… Read more »

How Much Follow-Up is Too Much Follow-Up with an Employer?

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  By now, we all know that it’s customary for job candidates to follow up with the hiring manager after job interviews. A thank you note is the first step and should be sent within 24 hours to each person who sat in and interviewed you. Email or handwritten card? Both are totally fine and appropriate! But… Read more »

The Guide to Confronting an Employee Who is Performing Below Expectations

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When everything is going smoothly, managing employees is easy. But every once in awhile, there’s a hiccup, and someone doesn’t perform as well as they’re expected to. In those situations, it’s important to confront the situation as soon as you can. Don’t hope that you can ignore it, and the issue will disappear. Ignoring it… Read more »

How Should You Proceed When Your Top Candidate is Somewhat Overqualified for the Job You’re Hiring For

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You’ve found the perfect candidate for the position you’re hiring for. Great! The only problem is that they’re slightly overqualified, which seems like a good problem to have. But how do you proceed? Do you hire them, or do you keep looking? What if they get bored when they step into the role? Will they leave for… Read more »