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How to Know What You Want From Your New Job

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Exploring your options may happen throughout your career. New opportunities present themselves, and every professional craves growth. Even seasoned workers need some direction on best practices in career advancement. But how do you know what position is best for your path? We’re here to show you how you can identify your skills and possibilities to… Read more »

7 Ways to Increase Diversity In Hiring

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Managing the workplace means bringing the best minds together to get the job done. To execute top-level work, you’ll need many different types of workers. A diverse workforce helps you enact new ideas and make progress as a team like never before. Here are seven ways to boost your company’s diversity when hiring. 1. Define… Read more »

Why You Should Be Asking Your Employees for Feedback

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Feedback equals growth. Feedback gives you an opportunity to analyze your process and enhance the way your team does business. But feedback doesn’t always come naturally from employees. Some staff members are hesitant to share, or feel uncomfortable with public commentary. It’s up to you as a leader to elicit feedback from your staff, and… Read more »

Can You Be Too Early to an Interview?

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First impressions matter. You want to blow a potential employer away with your experience and professionalism. But going above and beyond can sometimes be detrimental. Being too eager can sometimes hurt your case. Take, for example, arriving early. Punctuality is important, but arriving 20, 30, even 40 minutes before your interview (it happens!) is a… Read more »

Why Your Millennial Employees Keep Leaving

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The research on millennials will tell you why it’s an asset to have this generation represented in your workforce. Millennials tend to feature similar traits — motivated, tech-savvy, focused on diversity and a positive company culture. You may be boosting benefits and adding workplace perks to retain employees. So why are your millennials leaving? The… Read more »

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 »

How to Find a New Job After Being Fired

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We know how tough it can be to get fired from a position. There are many reasons why employers terminate workers, but the important thing to remember is you are not alone. Many successful people have lost a job for one reason or another. Whether the termination was based on a small miscommunication or a… 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 »

What Are Transferable Skills and How Can I Show Them Off?

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Are you ready for a career change? Searching for a new position, but worried about having a successful transition? To shift directions and find the right fit, you’ll need transferable skills. We’re here to explain what they are, how they’ll help you, and how to achieve success finding a new role. Transferable Skills Whether you’re… Read more »