5 Must-Know Trends for Job Seekers

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The job market is changing, and so too is the way people find jobs. The combination of technological and cultural shifts, along with economic conditions, has created some fundamental changes in the hiring process. From the ways job seekers find and communicate with potential employers, to the ways employers evaluate candidates, there is no doubt… Read more »

It’s Time For a Safety Audit

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In you haven’t done so recently, consider conducting a safety check of your premises. Conducting a check is crucial to find any issues that may lead to injuries and lawsuits in the future. When conducting your check, be complete and thorough. Look through every part of the building and note anything that seems even a… Read more »

5 Things You Can Learn from a Difficult Boss

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The bad boss – we’ve all had them, or at least heard stories. Some bosses are overbearing, others fail to give credit, and still others are just ineffective managers. While dealing with a difficult boss is never easy, there are some good ways to approach. Along the way, you can learn some valuable lessons that… Read more »

Colorado Oil Estimates Sky Rocket (And So Will the Economy)

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There is more good news when it comes to the economy and job market in the Denver area. According to recent estimates, the Denver-Julesburg Basin may be capable of producing more than 4 billion barrels of crude oil. The number may be as high as 4.6 billion barrels, and is expected to only rise in… Read more »

Turning Your Duties into Resume Accomplishments

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Putting together a resume is about selling yourself. Too often, resumes read more like a list of duties than a list of accomplishments. The difference between the two is big. “Planning events,” is a duty. “Managing all aspects of a large thousand-person charity benefit dinner,” is an accomplishment. Duties only show prospective employers what you… 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 »

Job Store Staffing Celebrates 40th Anniversary!

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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 »

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 »

Colorado Unemployment Rate Hits Major Low

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There is more good news out of Denver. On the heels of being named one of the best cities in the country for business, comes the recent announcement that Colorado’s unemployment has hit a major low. According to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Colorado recently added 2,200 new jobs, with its unemployment rate… Read more »

Denver: Top Place for Business and Careers

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When it comes to working or operating a business, there is no better place than Denver. Recently, Forbes named Denver the 6th best place in the country for business and careers. It was the second largest city in the top ten. The list surveyed the country’s 200 largest metropolitan areas, and looked at numerous factors,… Read more »