The Shocking But True Secret that Executives and Managers Don’t Want Their Workers to Know

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For sports fans, the most exciting time of the year has arrived — March Madness. As the boss, you’re probably already concerned about the level of commitment many of your employees have to the NCAA tournament, considering many of the games are played during the workday. What you might not realize is management is actually… Read more »

Tips For Following Up After You Submit A Job Application

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You’ve just submitted an application for a job you’re really interested in. While the waiting game has only just begun, you’re already anxious about your status. Seeking instant gratification is human nature, but unfortunately, that’s not how it works. At some point, following up on your application is typically acceptable — if you do it… Read more »

This What Not to Do When Setting Goals

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You’re ready to achieve big things in your career this year, but first, you need to set goals to guide the way. While this sounds like a relatively easy task, doing it right is actually a bit more complex than you might imagine. Since goals are made to help you learn and grow, it’s important… Read more »

Have You Thought About Strengthening Your Critical Thinking Skills?

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Have You Thought About Strengthening Your Critical Thinking Skills?

As a manager, you’re always searching for ways to better serve your team. You might not realize it, but improving your critical thinking abilities offers a host of benefits that will boost your leadership skills. This is because an ability to think critically helps you motivate and inspire those around you, improves your problem-solving skills,… Read more »

4 Things Managers Need to Give Employees to Be Successful

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Being the boss is a very big job. Not only are you responsible for your team’s performance — but you also play a large role in each person’s individual success. You have the power to engage, inspire and nurture your employees to help them both discover and achieve their career goals. Here’s a look at… Read more »

How to Address Your COVID-19 Layoff In Your Cover Letter or Job Interview

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Unfortunately, you are one of the millions of Americans who lost their job due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you were recently laid off or lost your job months ago, you’re understandably eager to return to the workforce. You know you’ll need to disclose your layoff to potential employers, but you’re not quite sure how… Read more »

Debunking Five Myths from the Telemarketing Industry

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Working as a telemarketer is a great way to gain useful sales experience, but sometimes the job gets a bad rap. If you’re interested in this line of work, but hesitant to pursue it due to the plethora of misconceptions out there, you’ve come to the right place. It’s time to set the record straight… Read more »

PrideStaff Northern Kentucky Recognized for Stellar Growth

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PrideStaff, a national staffing organization, is pleased to announce that their Northern Kentucky office was recently recognized as one of the region’s fastest-growing businesses by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. To qualify for this recognition, companies must have achieved at least $250,000 in revenue, been in business for four years, and had an average… Read more »

Help your friends. Get paid. It’s that simple!

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Do you know someone who dreads heading into work each and every day? We can help you, help them.  And you’ll get rewarded too! If you know someone currently looking for employment, or someone that might benefit from a change in scenery, let us know. Simply complete this short Refer a Friend form and we’ll get to… Read more »

Is It Ever OK to Quit Without Giving Notice?

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When you’re really unhappy at work, it can be very tempting to just walk out and never come back — especially if you’ve found a new job. Daydreaming about taking this step is one thing, but actually doing so is a whole other story, because under no circumstances is it ever acceptable to quit without… Read more »