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4 Steps to Stop Workplace Negativity NOW

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Negativity: It’s a productivity killer. When you’re a leader in the workplace, it can be hard to keep your people motivated when morale is low. Whether there’s a conflict between co-workers or difficult clients, it’s your responsibility to stop bad vibes in their tracks. We’ve got four steps to help you keep things positive and… Read more »

De-Stress With These 4 Exercises You Can Do During Your Workday

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Every professional faces deeply stressful times. It happens across every industry. Whether you’re pressured by looming deadlines or overwhelmed by leads to pursue, don’t let stress get the best of you. Harness these feelings and turn them into productivity. We’ve got four ways to help you de-stress throughout the workday and conquer any obstacles. Limit… Read more »

How Much Time Does Hiring REALLY Take?

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As a manager, it can be easy for too many tasks to become your responsibility. We’re here to discuss one aspect that most leaders don’t love: the hiring process. Recently, some trends in hiring have impacted the way you may manage your staff. Glassdoor’s research team shows that the average interview process takes about 23… Read more »

5 Easy Lunches You Can Bring to Work

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Modern professionals don’t have the luxury of time when it comes to lunches during the work-week. More than ever, employees find themselves eating over their keyboard and taking a “working lunch.” What if we told you we could bring back some happiness to your lunch hour? Job Store Staffing is mixing it up with some… Read more »

How Can You Give Your Management Style a Boost?

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Whether you’re new to managing people or you’ve built your career on it, there’s always more to learn. Your management style might be just taking shape or you may have experience with leadership in multiple disciplines. You’ve probably read the recommended books and done your research on what it takes. However, like many of us,… Read more »

3 Easy Tips For Updating Your Resume in 2018

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New year, new… resume? One of the best ways to start fresh in 2018 is to update your resume. Not the most fun thing on your to-do list, but to embrace the new year is to tackle every task. Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500, or an entry-level newbie, it’s essential to take… Read more »

Top Six Tips to Strengthen Employee Retention for 2018

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New year new you, right? As we enter 2018, it’s hard not to dwell on your past mistakes. However, you can make big changes heading into the new year to maximize your productivity and show off your rebooted leadership abilities. Whether it’s been a great year or a tough one, there’s always room for growth… Read more »

Five Skills Every Job Seeker Should Talk About During Their Interview

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To grab the attention of a hiring manager, you’ll need to be a standout candidate. It’s not just about your education and experience, it’s about the skills you bring to the table. When it’s time for your interview, you need to promote your best abilities to show you are the most advantageous choice. These are… Read more »

How to Effectively Recognize Your Employee’s Accomplishments

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Every manager understands the importance of employee retention. It’s expensive to replace workers, and training is a serious investment especially when you work in a specialized field. One of the best ways to retain quality workers is to show appreciation. Recognizing staff accomplishments is not only a helpful tool for morale, it’s a necessary part… Read more »

Why Your Social Media Pages Could Be Dismissing You From a Potential Job Offer

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When you’re looking to lock down the perfect position, it’s essential to have a strong professional presence. Hiring managers search for experienced candidates with potential and leadership abilities. Most supervisors don’t hire for the short term; they’ve got big-picture plans for qualified applicants. First impressions are crucial, but you need to think big picture too…. Read more »