How to NOT Treat an Applicant You Plan on Passing On

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PrideStaff Las Vegas

When filling an open position on your team, you’ll interact with dozens, maybe even hundreds of candidates. You’ll invite a much smaller group in to interview for the position, but ultimately, only one person will get the job. As a busy staffing agency in Las Vegas, PrideStaff Las Vegas understands you don’t have a lot… Read more »

3 Reasons to Encourage Your Employees to Use Their Vacation Time

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Some employees enjoy taking vacations so much, they’re willing to buy an extra week or two, but everyone doesn’t function that way. In fact, a 2015 study commissioned by the U.S. Travel Association determined the average worker leaves nearly five vacation days — an entire week — per year untouched, resulting in nearly $52.4 billion… Read more »

Vendor Spotlight: PrideStaff Las Vegas

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This article and interview were originally published by MGM Resorts International. MGM Supplier Diversity is pleased to spotlight Pridestaff Las Vegas in this month’s edition of SD Connect.  Pridestaff Las Vegas is a minority and veteran owned full service staffing firm that has been providing hard working, high value employees to Las Vegas businesses for nine… Read more »

Are your Employees looking for Other Job Opportunities?

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No matter how happy your employees always seem you tend to wonder — are they out looking for another job? The average time workers stay at one organization remains on a downward trend, so don’t feel like you are alone in this situation. You keenly understand how important employee retention is to your organization’s overall… Read more »

Your Team Deserves All Star Management

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A high performing team deserves a manager of similar calibre. An effective manager balances team accountability and autonomy with overall guidance for tough or sensitive decisions. Finding management candidates who understand the need for such a balance is difficult. A survey by Gallup suggests that companies choose the wrong candidate for a position 82 percent… Read more »

How to Be Better at Your Job in the New Year

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Improving your work effectiveness may improve your pay check in 2014; a New Year’s resolution to work harder is, therefore, practical and worthwhile. However, simply working harder will not necessarily cause productivity gains, and it could even be detrimental to your efficiency. For example, pushing yourself in terms of extra hours or attempting to speed… Read more »

The Right Hiring Decision

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So your business is stable and or growing and you’re now in a position where you want to hire someone to assist you in getting to the next level.  There are a number of questions you should answer prior to beginning the search for the “right individual”: Can the business afford an additional expense right… Read more »