Everything You Need to Know About the Public Health Emergency Whistle-Blower Law

Colorado employers need to be in the loop regarding the new regulations going into effect during 2021. The emergency whistle-blower regulation is the latest change in Colorado policy that will impact many industries, especially those agencies creating job postings. Read on to learn more about how the new law will help protect workers. Public Health… Read More »

10 In-Demand Skills for Administrative Assistants

Are you looking to really be a breakout admin assistant? Anyone can perform the basic duties of a receptionist, but an administrative assistant role is the perfect stepping stone to move up the corporate ladder. To really nail it, here are ten skills you’ll need to employ: 1) Proactivity You will need to anticipate needs,… Read More »

Accommodating the Working Parents on Your Team

The top leaders employ some rare qualities to support their team, and one may surprise you: empathy. Understand that for some of your workforce, the work isn’t done when they leave the office. Contributing at home is its own full-time job, and if you can show some respect to those efforts, you’ll be counted as… Read More »

How to Get Your Resume Recruiter-Ready

The working world has changed, but the way to connect with potential employers has not. Whether you’ve recently been laid off or you are searching for the next step in your career journey, you need an up-to-date resume that reflects your best accomplishments. If your resume is a little dusty, we can help! The experts… Read More »

Why Workplace Diversity is So Important

Is “Diversity” on your list of priorities? How can a great manager embrace and emphasize diversity without seeming inauthentic or even misappropriating? You want to celebrate your team, but you want to do it right! It’s easy to say you support inclusion: it’s time to make it a priority. Here’s why diversity is particularly important… Read More »

Here’s Why Your Candidate is Ghosting You

Hiring managers are experiencing something new – the brush off. Gone are the recession days of clamoring candidates. Instead, more and more employers are dealing with no-shows for scheduled interview times, ignored calls, and no response after issuing an offer letter. How can you facilitate responsive candidates in this job market? We’ll share some tips.… Read More »

5 Tips to Stay Productive While Working From Home

Working from home, outside of your typical office, can pose new challenges, like productivity! Get back on track in no time with our 5 top tips on maintaining your efficiency when working remotely. 1) Stay Connected Whether you’re an introvert benefiting from a quieter work area, or an extrovert missing your productivity pals, you need… Read More »

Employee of the Month

Gumercindo Enriquez   The associates of Job Store Staffing have been working hard – and we’ve noticed! A very special congratulations goes to Gumercindo Enriquez as he has been nominated and selected as this month’s, Employee of the Month! Here’s what some have been saying about him: “Gumercindo has been an outstanding associate and coworker!… Read More »

How to Lead a Multi-Generational Team Effectively

From Generation Z to Baby Boomers and beyond, you may be employing a number of different personality types. There can be challenges when working with a team of many different ages. Your team will have varying opinions and approaches, and a great manager can’t expect every employee to work the same way. Here are some… Read More »

A Guide to Bringing Your Team Back to Work Safely

Is your office bringing their employees back to the office soon? Adapting to new safety protocols is so important before you begin any work. Make sure you’re setting your employees up for success by keeping them safe if you need them back in the work area. Here are some COVID workplace best practices.   1. Stay In Touch… Read More »