5 Tips for Answering: What Is Your Biggest Weakness?

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In a job interview, a recruiter will ask the dreaded question: What’s your biggest weakness? Your strategy to conquer this question needs to be solid. Appearing confident and capable will help you nail the interview and prove you’re the ideal candidate. Here are our top five tips on how you can impress a hiring manager… Read more »

7 Tips to Getting Your New Employees Settled In

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As a woman-owned family business, we’ve got over three decades of experience bringing in new recruits and helping them feel at home. If you’re managing a large team, you may be wondering how you can give your corporate culture a small-town touch. Job Store Staffing is here to provide its top seven tips on how… Read more »

9 Secrets to Motivating Your Employees

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When you’re leading a team, it’s essential to keep motivating your employees. If you feel like it’s difficult to keep your workers on task, or you want your team thinking about the big picture, here are our nine secrets on how best to keep motivating your employees. 1. Making a Difference Inspiring others is simple… Read more »

Recognizing Good Employees… On a Budget

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The number one reason for high turnover? Employees not feeling appreciated. You can quickly lose your most qualified workers by neglecting them. Staff members need a sense of purpose when they clock in each day, and it’s your responsibility to provide that. Job Store Staffing is a growing local family-owned Colorado business, so our staff… Read more »

Best Ways to Welcome a New Employee

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Cultivating a positive company culture has many aspects, but one of the most important facets is how you welcome new team members. Hiring can be difficult, and it’s not uncommon that new staff gets lost in the shuffle. Being an outstanding leader means making every employee feel welcome and important. Commit to making a positive… Read more »

The Major Drawback of Employee Referrals

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If you want to attract talent, one popular strategy is to ask your employees to recommend professionals, and provide an incentive. Whether it’s a cash bonus or a prize, your staff will take advantage of the offer and bring in their connections. The goal of an employee referral program is to fill roles and retain… Read more »

Avoiding Micromanagement In Your Office

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Have you ever heard a worker say, “I love my boss! My supervisor is a total micromanager.” Probably not. Not only do employees detest micromanagement, it’s also the least productive form of leadership. Increasing the pressure on a staff member can be detrimental to their effectiveness. We’re here to help you diagnose your level of… Read more »

Best Books of 2018 to Boost Your Leadership Skills

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Quick clips in your Facebook feed and LinkedIn articles can be fun and interesting. But the top professionals know the best wisdom lies in leadership books. Penned by pioneers in their respective industries, we want to recommend our favorite selections that can help you develop your leadership skills. Whether you’re a veteran in management or… Read more »

Is Your Company Practicing What You Preach?

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Managing a team effectively comes with experience. But delivering on your company’s vision? That takes much more. It can be difficult to create an abstract theme for your organization, and carry out concrete tasks to fulfill that vision.   You can’t stay true to your brand if you don’t have one, so you’ll need to:… Read more »