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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 »

The Secret to Retaining Institutional Knowledge From Retiring Employees May Be Mentoring

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When your employees are with you for the length of their careers, they become a real resource to the company. Years or even decades of knowledge can be lost when valued employees retire. Top managers know it’s important to retain industry-relevant information. So how do you guarantee that knowledge passes on to a new generation… Read more »

What Employers Do and Don’t Want to See on Your Facebook Page

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The wonders of the internet: connecting with old friends, celebrating important milestones and more. Websites like Facebook allow us to network like never before. If you’re looking to find a new job, prepare for potential employers to check your social media profiles. A quick search of your name might expose more information than you think…. 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 »

How to Ruin Your Interview in Just 3 Steps

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Meeting a potential employer can make or break your career, so the interview is a crucial step in your path to success. To make a positive lasting impression, you need to cover your bases. The fastest ways to fail in an interview setting are often the most simple. If you’re wondering how you ruin an… 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 »

Job Searching Without Your Boss Knowing

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The modern workforce is all about change. Now, more than ever, employees can explore their options. Thirty-year careers are less common, and job-hopping is no longer taboo. Many professionals are interested in gaining new experience with different organizations within three-to-five years, instead of 10 to 20. If you want to branch out and consider a… Read more »