PrideStaff Launches Proud to Refer Program with Charitable Donations to Local Organizations

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PrideStaff Atlanta North, a PrideStaff franchise is excited to announce the launch of their “Proud to Refer” campaign. The program focuses on helping companies find and hire great talent, while also supporting local charities in the Atlanta area.   PrideStaff clients, along with other business professionals, can refer organizations that are struggling with finding and… Read more »

2019 Technology Trend: Drones in the Warehouse

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Drones are becoming increasingly popular. Beyond the recreational and military applications, drones are beginning to make waves in the business world as well, and not just as possible vehicles for delivering orders to customers. These Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are also showing up in warehouses, serving as technology-based co–workers that can enhance productivity.  Precisely how drones… Read more »

Graduating This Month? Three Key Tips to Prepare for the Job Hunt

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For many college students, this month is an exciting time. Not only is graduation approaching, it also signals the point where many freshly minted graduates enter the workforce in their chosen fields. But, for some, preparing for a job hunt is foreign territory. Even if they’ve worked a variety of part-time positions or secured internships,… Read more »

PrideStaff Recognizes Atlanta East Staffing Firm as New Office of the Year

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Lilburn, GA, February 20, 2016 — PrideStaff, a national staffing organization, is pleased to name the Atlanta East office as its New Office of the Year. The award, given at PrideStaff’s recent Annual Conference, recognizes the newly opened PrideStaff office with the best results nationwide in revenue, growth, quality management and community involvement. “PrideStaff provided… Read more »

Who Should You Be Addressing Your Cover Letter To?

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As a job seeker, it can be confusing at times understanding how to handle the issue of sending cover letters. This is a special concern when job advertisements are generally run as blind ads, meaning the company’s human resource information may be left out. However, it’s important to follow instructions and send a well-written cover… Read more »

The Importance of Fact Checking Your Resume…Twice

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A resume is a necessary document for finding work today. This document is often the first thing that hiring managers review before bringing candidates in for interviews, and it’s looked over with a great deal of scrutiny. A seasoned recruiter or hiring manager can easily spot errors, gaps in employment, and potentially false information on… Read more »

When Should Your Business Utilize Temporary Help?

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All organizations need good people to work for them; this is a given. But, what happens when good people are hard to find, or there are just not enough quality workers available during the busy season? This is often a time when smart business owners turn to temporary help to maintain a productive workforce. When… Read more »

How Can a Recruiter Help You Prepare for Your Interview?

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Have you ever considered that recruiters really care about the people they work with, therefore are a wealth of knowledge in supporting job seekers? It’s true. Many are willing to help job seekers brush up on their resumes and interviewing skills so that they can wow hiring companies. Why not take advantage of this valuable… Read more »

3 Tips for Reducing Turnover at Your Company

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Does your company have a problem with people quitting? Or are there certain positions that are impossible to keep filled with great people? Employee turnover is not only frustrating, it’s costly to the business. Experts estimate that it costs as much as a half a year’s salary to replace just one lost employee. How can… Read more »

How to Address Employment Gaps on Your Resume

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Nearly every working person has been affected by brief periods of unemployment at some point in a work history. It’s been estimated that the average adult can spend as much as 28 to 34 weeks looking for work during periods of unemployment. From corporate layoffs to returning to school, there could be gaps on your… Read more »