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 »

How to Manage Employee Conflict the Best Way Possible

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Manage Employee Conflict the Best Way Possible

It seems as if every day in the news that there is another worker conflict resulting in injury or some other tragedy. These incidents are often stemming from minor infractions that continue to spiral out of control until someone loses it and violence ensues. All HR managers must learn how to deal with employee conflicts… Read more »

Tips on How to Bounce Back From Rejection Like a Pro

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Interviewing in Atlanta | Employment Services in Atlanta

Have you recently been rejected for a job? We’re really sorry to hear that. It happens to a lot of people. Even people who are qualified for jobs can get rejected at times. Consider this: For every job that is advertised, recruiters and staffing companies in Atlanta generally get somewhere between 100 to 300 applicants…. Read more »

Building a Successful Mentoring Program is More Imperative Than You Think

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Finding a Career Mentor in Atlanta

Companies today need low-cost yet effective methods of developing the career paths of employees. While online training and classroom sessions can take care of some of the more technical aspects of employee work, mentoring is a time-tested solution for teaching a wide variety of soft skills. Therefore, it is imperative that your company begins or… Read more »

How to Handle Coworkers Who Take Advantage of You

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Managing Coworker Conflict | Atlanta Career Tips

There is no perfect workplace. However, when you work around people for the majority of your life there are certain environments that are positive and others that can quickly become intolerable. One such situation that you don’t want to get into as allowing coworkers to take advantage of you. This can happen innocently enough. One… Read more »

When Is it Necessary for an Employee to File a Workplace Accident Report?

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Reporting an accident serves two purposes. First, it provides a record of the accident in the event that the employee seeks compensation. Additionally, a record of accidents or near misses can draw attention to hazards or dangerous practices. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) record keeping regulations require employers to prepare and record injury… Read more »

Got a New Job? Use These Apps to Find Lunch!

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A break in the lunch day recharges your batteries and can boost your afternoon’s productivity. An article in Forbes by Lisa Evans notes that a break from work relieves stress and fatigue. Temporary assignments can be challenging; they involve learning new skills, adapting to a new environment, and working with a new team. Don’t worry… Read more »

Job Search in a Rut? Consider these Tips!

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If your job search is not yielding the results you desire, it might be time to change strategies. The world of recruitment, much like countless other industries, is continuing to change and so should your approach to finding employment. Is your job search in a rut? Don’t worry! Use the following tips to re-evaluate your… Read more »

Searching For a Job? Focus on Your Strategy

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Searching for a job in the current climate is challenging. The majority of applicants apply online, many through job sites such as Monster or Career Builder. However, according to CBS News less than ten percent of jobs are filled through job sites or other online platforms and 80 percent of positions are not listed at… Read more »

Launch Your Career to the Next Level

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The economy is expected to improve in 2014, but only marginally. A survey of economists according to CNBC suggests that GDP growth will grow from 2.5 percent to three percent. However, the labor market is not so bleak; the U.S. Department of Labor predicts 19 million new payroll jobs in the decade leading up to… Read more »