5 Ways to Have a More Inclusive Workplace

5 Ways to Have a More Inclusive Workplace Job Store Staffing

Inclusion makes employees feel comfortable and valued — but did you know that it can make them more productive, too? Here’s how it works. 1) Celebrate Your Culture Your workplace may feature more diversity than you know. Varying religions, genders, races, ethnicities, and overall life experiences likely culminate within your organization that has not been… Read More »

5 OSHA Regulations All Colorado Employers Should Know

JobStoreStaffing_5 OSHA Regulations All Colorado Employers Should Know

Colorado is under federal OSHA jurisdiction, which covers most private-sector workers within the state. OSHA’s mission is to assure the safety and health of America’s employees by setting and enforcing standards, providing training, outreach, and education, establishing partnerships, and encouraging continual improvement in workplace safety and health. To effectively manage your organization, OSHA has to be a… Read More »

5 Ways to Help Your Staff Get Energized (And Stay Energized)

Grab the attention of your employees! You want them engaged and committed to the cause, so we’re here to share five ways you can get it done. Here are our top tips for managers to energize their employees for a happy, productive workflow. 1. Gamification Use gamification to motivate your team throughout a project. Many… Read More »

Set Your Career Up for Success in this New Decade

Your 2020 vision should include exactly how you plan to land your next position. Don’t forget that this new era means new curveballs for job applicants but also means more options. Here’s how to look ahead and plan your career accordingly. Think Like a Leader These days, employees aren’t just worker bees designed to keep… Read More »

Tips for Hiring the Best Candidates During Times of Low Unemployment

Hiring is tough even under the best of circumstances. In an ideal market, you’ll have plenty of applicants to review and interview before you can bring someone on. But during low unemployment, it seems impossible to recruit effectively. It can be extra challenging to continue your regular operations when low unemployment can mean it’s hard… Read More »

Are You Hiring for Grit? You Should Be

You’ve heard about grit. It’s not just a grin-and-bear-it attitude. Grit is an identifiable quality that can be a predictor of professional success. To be the best, you need to bring in the best. If you’re not hiring for grit, we can help. Here we’ll discuss what grit is, and why you need to identify… Read More »

Beware These Red-Flag Buzzwords in Your Next Interview

You’ve found a great post on one of the many job search websites, and you’re feeling good. The commute is short, the hours are great and you’re feeling confident. When you walk in the door, you start getting a nagging feeling that something isn’t right. Maybe the vibe feels off, or the people aren’t friendly.… Read More »

Creating a Personal Website Can Enhance Your Job Search

As a professional in any industry, getting your name out there is essential. Being able to build a network and a positive reputation will improve your chances in any industry. Establishing yourself as a unique candidate through your website can be an attention-grabber to recruiters and hiring managers. Here’s our top insight on what your… Read More »

Unique Ways to Find New Talent

Hiring the right people to join your team can be tricky, especially in a candidate market. Hundreds of applications, dozens of interviews, and multiple offers may not always work out for your company. The entire process can be exhausting, and you’ve got work to do. Are you tired of hearing from the same unqualified applicants,… Read More »

Keeping Your Team on Track in The Summer

No leader wants to ruin the fun of a promising Colorado summer. When the winter winds finally subside, it’s time for water sports on Bear Lake, hiking Pikes Peak or just chatting on the patio at the best local breweries. Employees are tempted to cut out before four or leave the rest until Monday. Whether… Read More »