3 Ways You Can Diversify Your Professional Network

Struggling to make connections? Job search taking a bit longer than you like? You’re not alone – many qualified candidates are currently facing challenges with post-pandemic placement. The market has many great applicants, and most companies are changing their entire operation in the wake of COVID. This is exactly why you need a leg up… Read More »

Why Workplace Diversity is So Important

Is “Diversity” on your list of priorities? How can a great manager embrace and emphasize diversity without seeming inauthentic or even misappropriating? You want to celebrate your team, but you want to do it right! It’s easy to say you support inclusion: it’s time to make it a priority. Here’s why diversity is particularly important… Read More »

How to Re-Motivate Your Team

Whether it’s a summer slump or an overworked staff, a leader can always tell when the team needs a boost. Even if you have top talent, it can be easy for employees to feel tired or uninspired. Are you feeling let down by a staff that can’t keep up? Worried that the deadline is going… Read More »

3 Ways to Show You're Able to be Coached in Your New Job

Congratulations! You’ve got the job! Your first few days can be overwhelming: new names, new faces, and new challenges. As you start your new position, take this time to show that you’re a valuable addition to the team. Employers look for self-starters who can learn quickly. Most importantly, candidates should always be coachable. If you lack… Read More »

Are Your Employees Working Hard or Working Smart?

As a manager, it can be easy to look at an employee putting in long hours and automatically think they are doing good work, or vice versa. In fact, hard work isn’t always the same as good work. Being able to gauge the difference is key to managing productivity. Working smart doesn’t necessarily mean working… Read More »

5 Tips for Prepping your Staff for Temp Help

Bringing on a temp worker can be a great way to maximize productivity or assist with a particular project. It can also be uncomfortable for permanent workers, who may feel like their job and position are threatened. By taking certain steps, you can eliminate these concerns and help make the arrival of temp workers a… Read More »

5 Thing to Do After Accepting a New Job

Congratulations, you’ve accepted a new job! It’s a huge, exciting moment. Celebrations are certainly in order. Once you have gotten over the initial excitement of saying, “Yes!” here a few things to do before starting the new position. Talk to your boss. As soon as your plans are finalized, you should make a point to… Read More »

Denver Ranks as one of the Best Places for Female Entrepreneurs

According to a recent study, Denver is among the best cities in the country for female entrepreneurs. Consumer website Nerd Wallet recently released a list of the 20 best cities for female entrepreneurs and Denver took the number 7 spot. The ranking included the 50 largest cities in the country. Here is a look at… Read More »

Job Store Staffing Celebrates 40th Anniversary!

As we celebrate our 40th year in business, our organization would like to thank our loyal customers and employees. Your partnerships, dedication and hard work, have made us the company we are today. History Job Store Staffing is moving into the next 40 years of business in Colorado with our new logo and branding, new website, technology upgrades, and a… Read More »

Tips for conducting your job search in the Spring

When it comes to finding a job, there is something to be said for timing. Companies tend to hire more people during the first few months of the year, making this a prime time to apply for jobs. As the months go on and the weather gets warmer, hiring tends to slow as employers shift… Read More »