Tips for Updating a Resume in 2020

If you’re ready to jump into your job search in 2020, you need every professional tool available. This includes a killer resume with a concise listing of your experiences and abilities. Here are the tools you need to update your resume going into the new year. Ditch the Extra Details First, review your resume for… Read More »

How to Be a Leader Instead of a Boss

Bosses make demands and bark instructions, but leaders inspire their team to succeed and innovate. If you’re looking to be more than a boss, it’s time to step into a leadership role. To get down to the details, our team of experts at Job Store Staffing is taking a look at what it takes to… Read More »

Want to Turn Your Temporary Position into a Permanent Job?

When you snag a temp position with a staffing agency, it’s typically to fill an employment gap and get you ready for your next step. However, you may not have a plan. Maybe you want to stick with the organization, or just go with the flow until the end of your contract. No matter your… Read More »

Ways to Keep Your Team Productive During the Holiday Season

Walking in a winter wonderland, but feeling the pressure to meet end-of-year deadlines? As a manager, it can be tough to balance the efficiency of your team while also celebrating the holiday season. Here’s how you can keep your team productive through the end of 2019. Bring the Cheer Some holiday spirit can’t hurt in… Read More »

Goal Setting Tips for the New Year

Ready to ring in 2020? If you’re embracing the changes the new year will bring, you’re a step ahead. You can jump in and sing Auld Lang Syne, but resolutions are out. Goal-setting is in. Making resolutions that are destined to be broken by February can’t help your professional gains, but creating measurable, attainable goals… Read More »

How to Revamp Your Management Style

To manage your team effectively, you need to inspire them. Many professionals that have been in management for decades get complacent and lazy in their supervisory capacity. Take an active role in your leadership by assessing your methods and taking some introspective time to analyze and reflect in pursuit of a better management style. Ditch… Read More »

3 Reasons Why It’s Important to Take Breaks Throughout the Workday

A recent survey by Tork found that fewer workers are taking their designated lunch break. A daily break during the workweek helps you clear your mind, take care of personal tasks and fuel yourself for the second half of the day. However, if you’re skipping your lunch, you’re hurting yourself and your organization. This oversight… Read More »

8 Ways to Show Appreciation to Your Employees

Management is a tough gig. You need to push your team to get the job done, but you want to retain and support your workers. Staff members that don’t receive constructive criticism and can’t make a career plan tend to leave. Keeping your staff satisfied is critical to retaining your team. If you’re looking for… Read More »

Social Media Do’s and Don’t’s When Trying to Get a Job

The recent controversial news story on hiring and social media may have you thinking about what is lurking on your Instagram or Facebook profile. It’s not at all uncommon for managers to look you up before they bring you in for an interview. While you can limit what strangers can see on your pages, there… Read More »

Tips for Retaining Your Top Talent

Employee engagement is more than a catchy industry phrase; it is an essential component to your company’s success. You need your team to represent as active participants, not passive procrastinators. A quick reminder of what occurs when you have a disengaged workforce: Low Morale Low Productivity Employee Conflict Keeping your team members on your staff… Read More »