How to Re-Motivate Your Team

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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 »

Stay Focused During Your Job Hunt

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We’ve all been there: You read over pages and pages of job listings, seeking the right position. You finally select one that fits, create a cover letter and enter your information. And repeat. Hunting for jobs is time-consuming, tedious and can be downright exhausting. But to get the job you’re seeking, you need to rise… Read more »

Four Things to Remember When Hiring Seasonal Workers This Summer

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Summer means sunshine, ice cream, outdoor activities, and seasonal staffing! Effective leaders know how to manage time to ensure all responsibilities are met, even when summer fun is just outside your doors. To the best in the business, summer means hiring temporary staff for the season. Whether you are accommodating for staff members taking vacation… Read more »

Be Awesome at Your Job in 7 Easy Steps!

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Job performance is important but sometimes awesomeness seems out of reach. There are times you may feel overwhelmed, distracted or just bored. However, there is a way to be awesome at all of your tasks. Just follow these seven easy steps and you will go from zero to company hero. Plan to Succeed Sometimes you… Read more »

Chronic Job Hopper? Spin it to Your Advantage at Your Next Interview

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If you have had multiple positions within the last five years, hiring managers will consider you a job hopper. Often, this can be seen as a negative characteristic that can lead to companies passing you over for candidates who have more stable resumes. There is a way to turn this potential negative into a positive… Read more »

5 Ways to Keep Your Job Search From Employers

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Searching for a new position while you are employed offers you many benefits. You prove to potential employers that you have a stable employment history, you are able to negotiate benefits from a point of strength, and you won’t suffer from a gap in income until you find a new position. If you want to… Read more »

5 Tips for Prepping your Staff for Temp Help

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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

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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

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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 »

3 Tips to Go from Temp to Hired

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Some people may be hesitant to take temporary work because of the uncertainty and possibility of landing full-time work somewhere else. The truth is, taking a temp job can be one of the best ways land full-time employment. You get the chance to meet employers and prove that you can succeed at the job, giving… Read more »