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PrideStaff Financial Statements is PrideStaff Financial's blog covering trends and tips for successfully managing issues in the workplace, such as: retention, employee engagement, and interviewing.

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Roll Out the Welcome Wagon

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New hire orientation is important. Not only does it give the new employee a chance to get accustomed to the inner workings of the organization, but if done right, it...
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Help to Innovate Not Suffocate

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“All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move” —Benjamin Franklin Innovators are movers, doers and risk takers. These key...
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Four Job Search Resolutions for 2016

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Looking for a job can be stressful. It’s even harder when you feel you’ve exhausted all your options. The latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics show an...
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Three Good Reasons to Turn Down a Job Offer

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Accepting or turning down a job offer takes the same decision-making skills utilized in other areas of life. We make decisions every minute of every day—what to eat, what to...
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Reason #231 Why I’m Thankful

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Not enough managers show employees how grateful they are for their hard work and devotion. Many psychologically based studies show that people who are grateful lead significantly happier and healthier...
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What to Expect During an Exit Interview

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Not all companies perform an exit interview when an employee announces they are leaving the company. But those that do will most likely want you to provide invaluable feedback about...
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Four Tips for Interviewing Newbies

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There’s a difference between the willing and the truly able when it comes to interviewing entry-level job candidates. It can be difficult to figure out a candidate’s real capabilities just...
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Why New Employees Fail

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According to statistics from Harvard Business Review, up to 46% of new hires fail within 18 months of arrival. Additionally, a study done by Leadership IQ states that while many...
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Get Out—Get Out Now!

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There are ways to determine if you are in the wrong job, and the last thing you should do is push your feelings aside or ignore them. When you spend...
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I’m Sorry, You’re Experienced.

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With markets fluctuating and millennials taking jobs right out of college, many companies are finding themselves hesitating when they see a resume chock-full of experience. Why? Well, for starters, employers...
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