Start Focusing on 2016: Setting New HR Goals & Records

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Failing to plan = planning to fail. Of all your myriad HR functions, annual and long-term planning – including the establishment of updated goals and objectives – is the most important. Recent studies show that HR has taken a bigger role in strategic business planning. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recently noted that… Read more »

4 Ways to Make Job Seekers Line Up to Become a Part of Your Culture

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To land top talent, you need to borrow a page from your marketing department and apply some serious selling strategy to your hiring process. Just like your company competes for customers to buy your products or services, you’re in a competitive bidding war for the top talent on the market. Share what makes your organization… Read more »

Start Showing Your Co-workers That You’re Thankful for Their Help

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Declining a Modesto Job Offer

The holidays are just around the corner, so it’s a great time to show appreciation to your co-workers for what they do for you all year round. You may even want to set your first New Year’s resolution – and make acknowledging your peers at work a regular practice, regardless of the season. Some of… Read more »

Solving & Overcoming Income Inequality

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As reported by the White House, full-time working women receive 77 percent of their male counterparts’ salaries. April 20 was “equal pay payday,” representing how far a woman needed to work into 2015 to earn as much as a man did in 2014. And as cited by 77 percent of females and 63 percent of… Read more »

Encouraging and Promoting the Growth and Development of Your Workforce

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Encouraging their personal and professional growth shows your employees that you care about their progress and their future – and it inspires lasting loyalty. Here are some tips for offering learning and development to help all your team members improve: Do … Serve as a role model. Take an active part in your own professional… Read more »

How to Develop a Policy on Wearable Technology in the Workplace

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Top HR Articles of 2014 | PrideStaff Modesto

Welcome to a new world of person-to-person surveillance where rules, boundaries and etiquette have yet to be established. Your HR team needs to upgrade its policy manual to address the opportunities and threats of wearable technologies, especially covert recording devices. For instance, two of the most touted wearable devices are smart glasses, with 100 million… Read more »

How to Respond When an Employee is Looking for Another Job

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Why Top Employees Quit | PrideStaff Modesto

Losing a key employee is a major headache – and a problem that you’d certainly prefer to nip in the bud if possible. Unfortunately, when a person comes to you with their resignation, there’s usually not a lot you can do about it. But, if you inadvertently find out that an employee is looking elsewhere… Read more »

Hiring New College Graduates in Modesto, CA

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Top Articles for Modesto Job Seekers in 2014 | PrideStaff Modesto

Are you taking the right steps to address entry-level hiring, development and retention? As an employer, it behooves you to take a look at the goals and expectations of recent college graduates in Modesto and the marketplace as a whole. A recent survey of more than 1,000 U.S. college seniors who graduate this year, along… Read more »

Benefits of Social Media Recruitment

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Benefits of Social Recruiting | Modesto Recruiting Agency

Are you fully capitalizing on the value of social media to source and recruit top talent? Because your competition most likely is. Social media can expand your pool of applicants and yield valuable information on candidates that you may not find elsewhere. Especially among Millennials, you’ll be out of the competitive loop if social media… Read more »

Improving Workplace Safety in Modesto

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It doesn’t take many injuries to put your workplace in peril – even serious peril. According to the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), approximately 4,600 American workers are killed on the job each year. Among the top injuries sustained are falls, ladder and forklift incidents, machinery accidents, hazardous energy occurrences and respiratory issues…. Read more »