National Safety Month: Emergency Preparedness for Your Employees

With the recent coronavirus outbreak, it’s more important now than ever for organizations to have a solid emergency preparedness/crisis plan. When disaster strikes, a manager must jump into action. It’s your time to show strength in leadership. Whether you encounter an accident on-site or a pandemic out in the world, you need to feel confident in your… Read More »

How Employee Engagement Can Improve Workplace Safety

Have you ever dealt with a staff member that was totally checked out? Distracted, apathetic, and struggling to finish their duties. Disengaged employees can be a threat to the safety and productivity of your company. When workers care about the work they do and the people around them, you will see fewer mistakes. These are… Read More »

What Recruitment Challenges Will You Face After Coronavirus? 

Many leaders are scrambling to implement effective work plans during the COVID-19 crisis. When the dust settles, the trouble isn’t necessarily over. Your coronavirus concerns may not be over when you get to open your doors for business once more. If you’re managing a team, you may be facing a wave of recruitment challenges when you attempt to… Read More »

Improve Your Virtual Communication With These 10 Tips

It looks like it’s going to be a while before you can pop into your employee’s workspace to communicate with them. Distance work can be incredibly challenging, even for the best mentors. If you’re not used to managing workers remotely, you may not have the right language to help your team stay cohesive and successful. Here are some helpful tips… Read More »

A Guide to Managing Your Newly Remote Employees 

Work-from-home is the new black. It’s unavoidable that this transition will be overwhelming and a challenge like never before. Staying engaged with your team members will help your staff rally together and stay focused. There are a number of different ways you can keep your employees on track and continue to keep your business thriving during the coronavirus… Read More »

How to Lead Your Employees During the Coronavirus Crisis 

Managers have certainly been thrown for a loop. If you’re in the same boat as most of us, you’re scrambling to transition to a team of fully remote workers. Creating this capability can be a heavy lift for even the best leaders. Your company’s resilience will be paramount to long-term success. How can you be… Read More »

Big Hiring and Employment Changes in 2020

As the unemployment rate in the United States falls lower and lower, Colorado businesses are struggling to bring in valuable workers. In 2020 with the current Colorado job market, it can be challenging to effectively recruit, especially if you’re seeking specific trades or professionals. To learn how to adapt, follow Job Store Staffing’s tips on… Read More »

You Can’t Hire Everyone But Here’s What You Can Do Instead

Too many candidates? A successful hiring pipeline can be a gift and a curse. While many companies are constantly looking for talent, you may be plagued with multiple options, making it hard to know if you’re making the right choice. Here’s how you can continue to successfully build your pipeline to bring in the best… Read More »

The Laws Colorado Business Owners Must Know This Year

Entering 2020, Colorado business owners need to prepare for some regulation changes. Standards with wage and shift laws are changing and the revisions may impact your day-to-day operations. To obtain the most updated info on best practices, take a look at what you need to know this year: COMPS Order The Colorado Department of Labor… Read More »