Land a New Job? Here is How Not to Burn Bridges With Your Old Employer

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You’ve been dissatisfied with your current job for quite some time, and now you’re finally headed out the door. After interviewing with several companies, you’ve just accepted an offer for a position you can’t want to start. As one of the busiest staffing agencies in Las Vegas, Nevada, PrideStaff Las Vegas understands how exciting it… Read more »

Resume Round-Up (Part 4): The Secret to Picking All-Star References

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When a potential employer requests a reference list, you know they’re taking you very seriously. City of Las Vegas employment can be very competitive, so the secret to choosing the right references is realizing the magnitude of your decision. Many candidates make the mistake of thinking the hiring manager won’t actually call their references or… Read more »

Resume Round-Up (Part 2): Improve Your Objective Statement With THESE Tips

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Your resume is the first impression you make on a potential employer, and your objective statement sits right at the top. If it doesn’t make a splash, the reader might toss your application to the side before even reading the rest. Whether you want to be a temp in Las Vegas or have your sites set… Read more »

How Can You Use Your Personal Brand and Social Media to Land Your Next Job in Vegas?

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More than just a fun pastime, social media can open new doors in your career. Whether you’re trying to land a job as a Las Vegas temp or a full-time opportunity, the personal brand you project on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn can literally work for you. You’ve probably already done this, but… Read more »

How to Flip Your Morning Routine to Start Showing Up to Work Motivated and Ready to Work

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The way you start your morning can actually dictate how the rest of the day will go. As one of the most successful job agencies in Las Vegas, the team at PrideStaff Las Vegas understands the importance of a positive and efficient morning routine. If you frequently arrive at work in a mindset not conducive to… Read more »

What 3 Things Work-Related Things Are You Thankful For (Besides the Paycheck)

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so there’s no better time to reflect on everything you’re grateful for this year. As a gainfully employed professional, you’re certainly pleased to be earning a paycheck, but think about the other aspects of your job for which you’re thankful. If you’re working for a company that deserves you,… Read more »

Don’t Get Nervous | A Gap on Your Resume Isn’t a Deal Breaker!

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Returning to the workforce after a hiatus can be very intimidating. In the business world, things change at rapid pace, so it’s easy to assume you’re resume won’t be well-received, but in reality, that’s hardly the case. People have resume gaps for countless voluntary and involuntary reasons. Whether you took some time off to go… Read more »

Do You Love Your Job?

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Not many people can claim to love something that they do day in and day out. In fact, Forbes reports on a poll by Harris that finds that 40 percent of employees would leave corporate America if they could do something more creative. But that leaves 60 percent who would not. What drives job satisfaction?… Read more »

Text and Email Etiquette When Applying for a Job

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Gone are the days when a job application must be submitted on the best bond paper and sent via snail mail. A recent survey by SuccessFactors revealed that 51 percent of hiring managers and executives use texting and social media during the recruitment process. Each communication medium, however, has certain etiquette, and a level of… Read more »

Is a Pay Cut Worth A “Better” Job?

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Career change often means accepting a lower salary as you gain experience in a new area of expertise. Forbes reported on a recent survey by the talent acquisition firm Mom Corp that found that 45 percent of individuals would relinquish a percentage of their salary for more flexibility at work. The benefits of a more… Read more »