The Guide to Presenting New Ideas to Your Team…and Getting Their Buy-In!

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Getting Team Buy In | Staffing Las Vegas

As the boss, it’s your job to push your team toward innovation. Presenting new ideas challenges employees and keeps your company on the cutting edge, but getting their buy-in isn’t always easy. Here at PrideStaff Las Vegas, we know people are creatures of habit. Running a top staffing agency in Las Vegas allows us to… Read more »

Common Mistakes of First-Time Managers…That are Totally Preventable

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Being a first-time manager is exciting, but also incredibly terrifying. You want to be an effective boss that gets things done, while being liked and respected by your team. As a top staffing agency in Las Vegas, PrideStaff Las Vegas understands the pressure first-time managers are under. Learning to juggle your new responsibilities will take… Read more »

You DON’T Have to Answer These Interview Questions

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Hiring a new employee is a very big decision, so understandably, interviewers want to be thorough. However, there’s a fine line between meticulous questioning and just plain illegal. As one of the top staffing agencies in Las Vegas, Nevada, PrideStaff Las Vegas knows exactly what topics the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission deems unacceptable. Generally speaking,… Read more »

The Importance of Hiring the Right Employee the First Time Around

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Hiring new employees is a very big deal. The people you choose to be part of your team will either make positive contributions that benefit the entire organization or drag the group down. More than just a skills match, the right hire must also share values and behaviors that align with your company culture. If… Read more »

A Look into OSHA’s “Safe and Sound” Campaign

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In early 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) launched a new campaign designed to help companies provide safe and healthy work environments. Employers across the U.S. can benefit from the program, which was specifically designed to curb rising injury and fatality rates at worksites in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. As one of the… Read more »

How to Effectively Work With a Coworker Who Always Seems to Be Slacking

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Dealing with a coworker who doesn’t pull their weight is never fun. Whether you work for a staffing agency in Las Vegas or a traditional employer, it’s always frustrating to have a chronically lazy colleague who rarely delivers. You’re focused and ready to go when you walk through the office door each morning. In fact,… Read more »

The Secret to Reducing Your Stress and Anxiety…to Start Getting More Done, NOW.

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Having a lot on your plate can easily lead to stress and anxiety, but it doesn’t have to be that way. If you feel like you never really accomplish anything, because you’re buried under a pile of work, it’s time to make a change. At PrideStaff Las Vegas — one of the top staffing agencies… Read more »

The Strategy Behind Keeping Your Staff Productive When They’re Losing Interest in the Task At Hand

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Summer is here and your employees’ minds are elsewhere. As much as they enjoy their work, most would rather be on a beach sipping drinks with umbrellas in them. Hopefully, some will get the chance to do this later on, but right now, they’re at work and you need them to be productive. PrideStaff Las… Read more »

Don’t Conduct Your Next Interview Before Reading This!

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Interviewing candidates requires preparation, knowledge of the job requirements, and careful question selection. However, for a hiring manager charged with conducting a last minute interview, a checklist of certain items can ensure a productive experience that achieves the main candidate assessment objectives. Lynda Bassett, a contributing writer for Monster, reminds the interviewer that candidates are… 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 »