Posts Tagged: Star Staffing

4 Steps to Ace Your First 100 Days at Your New Job

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Your First 100 Days at a New Job

Your first 100 days — or first 3 months — of your new job is your honeymoon period, when you’re feeling the most optimistic, energized, and productive. But it can also be overwhelming: interactions with new co-workers, learning new skills, and taking on new responsibilities that happen, all of which can leave you feeling burned… Read more »

Jumpstart Your Social Media Marketing Campaign for 2018!

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Jumpstart Your Social Media Marketing Campaign for 2018!

Whether you’re on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram, social media offers several ways to reach out and engage your audience in a fast and cost-effective manner. But social media marketing involves more than signing up for a business page and posting a few pictures and posts here and there. It requires strategy, which is what… Read more »

Trending: The 5 Most Effective Leadership Styles to Try in 2018

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The 5 Most Effective Leadership Styles to Try in 2018

As someone in a leadership position, you’ve probably asked yourself what kind of leadership style would best suit you and your team. But contrary to popular belief, there is no such thing as one “ideal” leadership style. Instead, what you can do is combine the best characteristics of common leadership styles, which you can learn… Read more »

Get Your Resume Ready for the New Year!

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Get Your Resume Ready for the New Year!

As we get closer to the start of another new year, it’s time once again to break out the resolutions — a promise to exercise, eat healthier and save more. If you’re in the middle of your job search, or simply want to make sure your career is always headed on the right track, it’s… Read more »

Toxic Employees? Apply These 3 Tactics to Overcome Them

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  Many companies struggle when dealing with workplace negativity, not knowing that the measures they think will fix the problem actually do more harm than good. And so, what typically happens is that a few bad apples end up spoiling the entire bunch, affecting morale and productivity as a result. While you could just fire… Read more »

How to Make Employees Feel Appreciated: 3 Ways to Say “Thank You”

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  Model employees are wonderful resources in any company, and they should be managed with the same amount of extra effort that they themselves put into their work. Making them feel appreciated is an exercise of sensitivity and proactivity that promises the best rewards in the long run. While you might think simple rewards lose… Read more »

4 Ways to Weave Your Industry Knowledge Into a Job Interview

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  Every job seeker knows it’s important to research a potential employer before the big job interview. But doing your homework involves more than just reading the company’s “About Us” page on their website. If you really want to hit your interview out of the park, it pays to spend time getting to know the… Read more »

Have You Been Ghosted After an Interview? Here’s What You Should Do

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  You were interviewed for a job you’ve been eyeing for months. Things seemed to go well — you answered all the hiring managers questions, she said she was impressed with your resume and they’d call you after a few days. But two weeks have passed and you still haven’t heard anything from the company…. Read more »

How to Keep Your Best Employees from Leaving the Company

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  Many managers often fail to realize that doing everything you can to make great employees stay is cheaper, not to mention more efficient, than finding new workers and training them from scratch. This makes it all the more important for companies to identify their star employees and keep them in the organization. And although… Read more »

How to Use Your Anxiety to Create a Productive Mindset

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  While anxiety may seem like an abstract concept to some, many of today’s workers and job seekers see it as a legitimate cause of their stress, making them feel constantly nervous and afraid to move forward in life. Entire books have been dedicated to “beating” anxiety or “getting rid” of it, but what if… Read more »