Little Things You Can Do That Make a Big Difference

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As the saying goes, ‘Little things mean a lot.’ Often, it’s not the big gestures others remember about us, but the small, seemingly insignificant things we do that dramatically impact how colleagues, and potential employers, view us. The Way You Walk into a Room Do you enter a room with slumped shoulders and a lackluster… Read more »

Are Social Network Profiles Making Resumes Obsolete?

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Improving Your Resume | PrideStaff

Social networking is the new normal. And, when it comes to your job search, the way recruiters are using social network profiles is changing. For many opportunities, social network profiles are making resumes obsolete. Personal Branding It used to be that ‘branding’ meant something cattle ranchers used as a method to differentiate their herd from… Read more »

Your Conversation Skills Matter Before, During and After the Interview

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Improving Company Culture | PrideStaff Atlanta

You’ve updated your resume and pressed your best ‘hire-me’ suit. You’re ready to tackle the search for a new job. Or are you? Did you brush up on your conversation skills? Multiple surveys and statistics show us that almost 90% of our overall success in life can be linked directly back to our communication skills…. Read more »

Searching for a New Job in Atlanta? Focus on Your Strategy!

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If you’ve been on the job hunt for a while and still aren’t getting those callbacks for an interview, the process may be making you feel discouraged. While it’s a good idea to be persistent with your job search, it may be time to take a step back and work on your strategy. Sometimes changing… Read more »

Make Your Resume Shine with These Tips!

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Improving Your Resume | PrideStaff

The job marketplace is more competitive than ever so you need to make sure your resume stands apart from the rest. Your resume is the first thing your prospective employer will see so it’s that much more important to make a positive first impression. Now is a great time to spruce up your resume and… Read more »

Interviewing Soon? Avoid Caffeine for Better Composure

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Staffing Agencies in Atlanta | PrideStaff

If you’re getting ready for interview day, you may already be anxious or nervous about the meeting ahead. While drinking a cup of coffee or tea can help you stay alert during that early morning interview, it may not help you with your nerves. Caffeine is a stimulant which means you may end up being… Read more »

What Your Personal Brand is Saying About You

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Improving Personal Brand

When you’re looking for high-quality candidates for an open position, you need to make sure you’re giving them the right impression about the company. The company culture, values, and mission are all part of the company’s personal brand so it’s important to make sure your personal brand accurately represents the company and attracts your top-performing… Read more »

Don’t Make These Job Search Mistakes Next Year

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Getting Out of a Job Search Rut

The job market continues to be increasingly competitive and finding that dream job may be a challenge in the new year ahead. As you get your resume ready and prepare for upcoming job interviews, make sure you’re not making some job search mistakes that could leave you without a job for even longer. Here are… Read more »

You Need to Network! Top Tips for Networking Today

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Improving Company Culture | PrideStaff Atlanta

If you’re on the hunt for a new job and aren’t having much luck with common job boards, don’t overlook opportunities to build your network. Making contact with people in your industry and maintaining a list of contacts that you currently work with or might work with in the future can open you up to… Read more »

The 5 Step Strategy to Get Yourself Out of Your Job Search Rut

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Reduce Workplace Stress | Jobs in Atlanta

Are you getting discouraged by your job search? Feel like you are stuck in a mental rut? It’s natural to feel this way, especially with an extended job search process. Most people need anywhere from 3 to 6 weeks to locate potential job leads and to hear back from applications. During this time, however, you… Read more »