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Are you a regular reader of PrideStaff's Watercooler blog?

If so, thank you. And if not, now is the perfect time to "drink in" amazing job search, interview, resume preparation and career growth advice to help you succeed in your chosen field.

Below, we've summarized PrideStaff's top job search and career posts of 2018. Before the ball drops, set aside a few minutes to review these reader favorites – and prepare for an amazing career in the New Year!

2018's Best Job Search and Career Blog Posts

How to Look Great for Your Interview - on a Budget

You're all set to nail your next interview, with one important exception: You have nothing to wear – and not a lot of money to spend on a new outfit. When funds are tight, but you need to look your best for a job interview, use these cost-conscious tips to ensure you dress to impress without blowing your budget.

Top-Earning Jobs for Those Without a College Degree

Obviously, obtaining a four-year degree can significantly increase your earning potential. But you can still make a good living without one! In many fields, you can earn a high salary with a high school diploma plus training, certification or work experience. Which jobs pay the most? This post shares pay information from several sources on jobs that don't require a bachelor's degree.

Something's Strange - 4 Red Flags of a Dysfuctional Company to Spot Before Accepting a Job Offer

In an effort to attract great job candidates like you, employers put their best foot forward during the interview process. But there's a difference between "polishing" and outright deceiving. If an employer does something during the hiring process that you consider strange, should you be alarmed or just take it in stride? Check out these employer red flags that are real cause for concern for when you're on the job hunt.

Dealing with Toxic Coworkers (Part 2)

One of PrideStaff’s most popular posts explains how to handle toxic coworkers. In fact, the topic went over so well that it spurred two other posts, How to Handle a Workplace Bully and How to Deal with a Chatty Cathy or Carl. But what should you do when these tactics don't work? If you like your job and your company, don’t let someone else’s behavior ruin your happiness or career. Use these tips to make your work life a little easier, even if you’re forced to interact with a miserable employee.

Resumes in 2018 - How to Truly Stand Out

A typical recruiter spends just a few seconds reviewing your resume before making a decision about your candidacy. If you're updating your resume in 2019, what's the best way to capture a hiring manager's attention? Here are a few tried-and-true resume tips, as well as a few new ideas to ensure your application truly stands out.

Ready for a great new job opportunity in 2019?

Apply with a national employment agency like PrideStaff. With strong employer relationships in leading markets nationwide, and access to opportunities you won't find elsewhere, we're the ideal partner for your job search.

Contact the PrideStaff office in your area to find out more about great local job opportunities

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Are you in the green – or green with envy about your coworker's compensation?

Are you confident you're being adequately compensated – or continually wondering if you should be paid more?

While some employers are completely transparent about pay and have a well-designed salary structure, compensation is a sensitive subject in most organizations. As an employee, it can be extremely difficult to tell if you're being paid fairly or not. This recent Forbes.com article shares the following indicators to help you evaluate your salary:

  • Research similar jobs (we've included a few links below) in your local market. If your pay rate falls in the middle of that range, you're probably being paid fairly.
  • Consider how much overtime you work. If you're not compensated for overtime, are regularly required to work extra hours, and have no say in the matter, you're probably undercompensated.
  • If you and your boss discuss pay when your role changes significantly, that's a good sign. If you continually take on more work with no bump in pay, that's cause for concern.
  • Do HR and your immediate supervisor use relevant, current market data to determine pay rates? If not, your compensation might need to be reevaluated.
  • Is your company's pay structure logical and clearly communicated? If so, you're probably in good shape. But if your organization takes a cloak-and-dagger approach, where nobody is allowed to know how pay is determined, you should wonder why that's the case.

Earning What You're Worth

In today's job market, so many factors influence compensation: geography, tenure, local employment conditions, minimum wage increases and more. In this earlier post, we share the following tips for assessing the fairness of your pay rate – and getting a raise if you deserve one:

  • Do some online research. Find out the going rate for your position within your industry by searching on sites like Payscale, Getraised and Glassdoor. Job boards are another good source of information to consult. Make sure you search pay rates for similar job titles, to get more comprehensive information.
  • Prepare to re-sell your value. Create a one-page "brag sheet" or simple PowerPoint presentation that highlights your measurable results, newly acquired skills/responsibilities, success stories and recommendations. Use these points, plus the results of your salary research, to build a case for why you deserve more money.
  • Get the timing right. Schedule a meeting to discuss your salary with your boss during a period of low workflow and stress.
  • Ask for a specific salary or pay rate. Choose a number at the top end of the range, so you have room to compromise if necessary. The good news is, if you've done your homework you can easily justify the reason behind the figure you settle on. 

Need help determining your worth?

PrideStaff's Compensation Portal provides accurate, real-time salary data that allows you to:

  • Compare your pay to others in your position
  • Find out what jobs pay the most in your industry
  • Earn what you're worth
  • Make the best choices for your career

For the insights and opportunities you need, contact your local PrideStaff recruiter today.

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Want to dramatically reduce voluntary employee turnover?

Turn every manager into a chief retention officer.

Sustained, extremely low unemployment has made employees more demanding, disloyal and discontent than they've been in decades. This shift in their mindset makes it incredibly challenging – yet critical – for managers to retain their most talented people.

During a talent war, how can you keep your best performers?

According to RainMakerThinking's Bruce Tulgan, a certain amount of turnover is actually beneficial – as long as the employees who leave are low performers. In his latest whitepaper, "Winning the Talent War: Building a Winning Culture of Attraction, High-Performance & Retention," available for download here, Tulgan recommends a proactive, strategic approach to retention – so you control who stays and who leaves:

  • Turn every manager into a chief retention officer. Most employees want a boss who works with them to help meet their wants and needs. Make sure your managers have regular, candid discussions with employees to: strengthen relationships; help employees achieve their goals; and address small problems before they become large ones that drive great people out the door.
  • Turn the reasons people leave into reasons they work harder. Should you give employees false hope or make false promises to convince them to stay? No. If an employee expresses a need or want that's totally unrealistic, your managers should let them know – and then develop practical solutions that work for everyone:
    • When an employee requests special accommodation (e.g., leaving early one afternoon to visit a sick relative), train managers to be as helpful as possible. Even if granting the request causes short-term complications, that employee will remember and value your manager's effort to accommodate them – which may help you retain the employee longer.
    • If an employee asks to work a special schedule, perhaps with the flexibility to work from home, or to work odd hours, does it make sense to turn them down flat? If that person is very good at their job, and difficult to replace, consider what the long-term benefits of letting them work that schedule could be. The long-term cost of not granting that request could be losing that great employee to your competition.
  • Begin your retention efforts on day one. Train managers to start talking with your valued employees about retention on their first day, and to keep talking about it. By discussing how to meet their needs and wants on an ongoing basis, employees are much more likely to be open with your managers when they are trying to decide whether to leave or stay. If managers are flexible and generous, they may find a way to make employees want to stay and work harder, at least for a little while longer.

Win the talent war by making retention everyone's responsibility.

Turning managers into chief retention offices is just one weapon to help you win the war for talent; in his whitepaper, Tulgan shares many more you can begin implementing today. For more insights and practical tips, get the full report.

 

Partner with PrideStaff to reduce turnover.

A national employment agency like PrideStaff provides flexible staffing services that reduce voluntary turnover and improve retention of high performers by:

  • creating higher quality matches between the individual and the role;
  • preventing job burnout;
  • facilitating greater job flexibility and work/life satisfaction;
  • freeing your core team to work on important, challenging projects.

How can we help? Contact your local PrideStaff office today to learn more.

Human Resources Tags: Bruce Tulgan, Chief Retention Officer, What Is A Chief Retention Officer, Improve Employee Retention, Build Culture Of Retention, Employee Turnover Challenges, National Temporary Employment Services, Leading National Staffing Agencies, Top National Recruitment Agencies
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The best jobs in Denton, TX are right here.

Owners/Strategic-Partners Martha Mondragon and Neil Huber are dedicated to helping local job seekers find employment opportunities that improve their quality of life. To ensure a good long-term fit for both clients and candidates, Martha and Neil develop strong relationships with both parties to intimately understand what each is looking for today and many years down the road.

If you're looking for jobs in Denton, here are two hot opportunities:

 

Welder in Denton, TX

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 334828

 

Job Description

Have a steady hand and great attention to detail? Our client, a trusted supplier and producer of anchor bolts and fasteners for large steel structures, seeks a skilled welder to cut and join metals and other materials at their facilities or construction sites. In this role, you will operate equipment to weld mechanical structures or parts to create strong infrastructures. Interested in learning more?

Apply for the Denton Welder job>

 

Picker/Packer in Denton, TX

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 333315

Job Description

Like to move and use your body during the work day? Denton warehouse facility seeks pickers/packers for all shifts. Responsibilities include picking and packing orders, moving product and more. If you do a great job while on assignment, you may be offered a direct job with this employer!

Apply for the Denton Picker/Packer job>

Looking for work in Denton?

PrideStaff offers a variety of different opportunities throughout Denton and beyond.  Be sure to visit our full job listings, using the links below:

Things to know about working with PrideStaff:


  • The PrideStaff Denton office is located at 2430 South Interstate 35 East, Suite 260, Denton.
  • We offer temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire employment opportunities.
  • When you apply, your staffing specialist will conduct a one-on-one interview to assess your interests, experience, career goals and work preferences.  During the interview, they will review your work history and identify assignments or positions that may be right for you.
  • You can find answers to commonly asked questions about working with PrideStaff here.
  • PrideStaff is a staffing company that has been helping job seekers find meaningful and fulfilling work in their desired field since 1978.  We'll help ensure that you don't just search, but succeed.

Learn more about PrideStaff’s Denton, TX staffing and employment agency and City of Denton, TX Jobs.

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The best jobs in Bellevue, WA are right here.

As Owner/Strategic-Partner of PrideStaff Bellevue, Dan Parks builds relationships with area employers and job seekers to create successful employment connections. Years of working with diverse candidates in cities like Renton, Tukwila and Kent have helped him understand the importance of matching the right person to the right job.

If you're looking for jobs in Bellevue, here are two hot opportunities:

 

Warehouse – General Labor in Kent, WA

Salary: Up to $13.50/hr.

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 332387

 

Job Description

Looking for an opportunity to grow and learn new skills? King County employer has immediate need for experienced warehouse and light industrial associates to join their team. Responsibilities vary and may include: driving forklifts, reach trucks, cherry pickers and pallet jacks; shipping & receiving; picking/packing orders; labeling; using warehouse tools, inventory tracking devices and measurement devices; and more. If you're energetic and a quick learner, check out the full job listing!

Apply for the Kent Warehouse – General Labor job>

 

Call Center Representative in Seattle, WA

Salary: $17.00/hr.

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 332394

Job Description

Have a great phone presence and a desire to provide outstanding service to customers? Growing Seattle call center is looking for dependable, organized individuals for their entry-level representative position. Job duties include: answering incoming calls and making outbound follow up calls; processing payments, correcting errors, updating account status and opening new accounts over the phone; troubleshooting and efficiently resolving customer issues; and performing related tasks as assigned. This is a full-time opportunity with full benefits available!

Apply for the Seattle Call Center Representative job>

Looking for work in Bellevue?

PrideStaff offers a variety of different opportunities throughout Bellevue and beyond.  Be sure to visit our full job listings, using the links below:

Things to know about working with PrideStaff:


  • The PrideStaff Bellevue office is located at 915 118th Avenue SE, Suite 270, Bellevue.
  • We offer temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire employment opportunities.
  • When you apply, your staffing specialist will conduct a one-on-one interview to assess your interests, experience, career goals and work preferences.  During the interview, they will review your work history and identify assignments or positions that may be right for you.
  • You can find answers to commonly asked questions about working with PrideStaff here.
  • PrideStaff is a staffing company that has been helping job seekers find meaningful and fulfilling work in their desired field since 1978.  We'll help ensure that you don't just search, but succeed.

Learn more about PrideStaff’s Bellevue, WA staffing and employment agency and City of Bellevue, WA Jobs.



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Love working with your hands?

Want to earn a great living – without earning a 4-year college degree?

Working as a CNC machinist could be a great option! Here’s why:

  • There are few barriers to entry in the field. If you have a high school diploma and a willingness to learn, many employers provide on-the-job training to help you acquire the skills and experience you need.
  • CNC machinists are one of the top-paying skilled trades jobs, with 2017 median annual wage of $42,600.

What does a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinist do?


CNC machine tool programmers develop programs to control machining, or processing of metal or plastic parts, by automatic machine tools like lathes, milling machines and grinders. Using blueprints, sketches, computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) files, CNC machinists set up, operate and disassemble CNC machine tools. They use these tools to turn, mill, drill, shape and grind machine parts to specifications, monitoring parts for quality.

Most CNC machinists work in machine shops, machinery manufacturing or transportation equipment manufacturing environments. The tools they work with may present hazards, so it's important these workers follow precautions and wear required protective equipment (e.g., safety glasses, masks) to prevent work-related injuries and illnesses.

How can you become a CNC machinist?


If you're interested in becoming a CNC machinist, high school courses in math, blueprint reading, metalworking and drafting are useful. While a 2-year community college or technical school program is helpful, you typically just need a high school diploma to begin training on the job. Many manufacturers offer apprenticeship programs to help you gain paid training and receive the technical instruction you need to work as a CNC machinist. Certification programs, such as those offered by the Manufacturing Institute, can improve your job prospects and earning potential.

Looking for CNC machinist jobs?


When you're searching online, make sure to conduct related searches for terms like machine shop jobs, metalworking machinery jobs, aerospace parts manufacturing jobs and metal and plastic machine worker jobs.

Then contact PrideStaff. With offices across the nation, we're the ideal career partner to help you find flexible and direct roles with leading manufacturing employers. Search skilled trades jobs here.

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Not interested in a typical desk job?

Enjoy working outside?

Looking to explore new opportunities in the power or telecommunications industry?

A career as a power line technician may be ideal for you. Here's why:

  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of line installers and repairers is projected to grow 8 percent between 2016 and 2026, with the best job opportunities going to those with good technical and mechanical skills.
  • Pay for line installers and repairers is high for the level of education required. 2017 median pay for electrical power-line technicians was $69,380 per year and median annual wage for telecommunications technicians was $55,060.
  • As the population grows and customers increasingly demand enhanced connectivity, installers and repairers will be needed to provide newer, faster and more reliable access to power and telecommunications services.

As we mentioned in this earlier post on top-paying skilled trades jobs, it's an exciting time to enter this field, or just find a better opportunity within it.

What does a power line technician do?


Electrical and telecommunications technicians install or repair cables or wires used in electrical or telecommunications power and distribution systems, including fiber optics.

Electrical power-line installers and repairers:


  • Install, maintain or repair electrical power lines
  • Identify defective devices and equipment
  • Inspect and test power lines and related equipment
  • String power lines between poles, towers and buildings
  • Climb poles and transmission towers and use truck-mounted buckets to get to equipment
  • Operate power equipment to complete installations and repairs

Telecommunications line installers and repairers:


  • Install, maintain or repair telecommunications equipment
  • Inspect or test lines or cables
  • Lay underground cable, including fiber optic lines, directly in trenches
  • Pull cables in underground conduit
  • Install aerial cables, including over lakes or across rivers
  • Operate power equipment to complete installations and repairs
  • Setup service for customers

The work environment is hazardous, as line workers often operate at great heights around high-voltage electricity. The work can be physically demanding and requires the ability to climb utility poles and transmission towers.

How can you become a line technician?


To start a career as a line installer or repairer, most employers require a high school diploma or equivalent. In addition to strong math and mechanical skills, technical knowledge of electricity or electronics is helpful. Many community colleges and technical schools offer programs in telecommunications, electronics or electricity, and associate degree programs can also provide the technical knowledge you'll need to start a career as a power line technician.

As an entry-level line worker, you may start out as an apprentice, spending time learning in the classroom while you gain hands-on work experience. After three to four years of working, you may reach the journey level – when you can perform most work tasks without supervision.

Looking for power line jobs?


When you're searching online, make sure to search for related job titles such as power line installer, electrical line technician, telecommunications equipment repairer and fiber optics technician.

Then contact PrideStaff. With offices across the nation, we're the ideal career partner to help you find flexible and direct roles with leading power and telecom industry employers. Search skilled trades jobs here.

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Want to make sure those new employees you've worked so hard to recruit get off to a productive start – and stay with your organization long-term?

Turn your orientation process into a boot camp.

Bruce Tulgan at RainMakerThinking has been tracking the impact of the talent war for decades, analyzing data from a wide range of sources to improve hiring, onboarding and retention. In his latest whitepaper, "Winning the Talent War: Building a Winning Culture of Attraction, High-Performance & Retention," available for download here, Tulgan explains why a "boot camp" approach to onboarding is necessary during prolonged periods of low unemployment.

Here are a few takeaways for improving your onboarding program by making it more structured and disciplined:

  • Day one is critical.
    New employees almost always walk through your door with a spark of excitement. Make sure you design an onboarding program that pours "gasoline" on that spark to ignite their enthusiasm. Provide the attention, information and support they need to get off to a great start.
  • Make onboarding intense.
    The Marine Corps does not pay much, and the work is hard and dangerous – yet their washout rate is so low it can hardly be measured! Take a page from their book when revamping your onboarding. While you don't need obstacle courses and firing ranges, make the experience intense for new hires by: connecting their job to your company's mission; creating the feeling of shared experience and belonging to a group; providing immediate opportunities for learning; and continually challenging them. Take new employees seriously on day one and every other day after that.
  • Sustain that intensity throughout the first month.
    Successful onboarding takes weeks, yet many employers deposit new hires into a demoralizing, no-support work environment after just a day or two of orientation. Set new employees up for success by ensuring coworkers and managers provide the ongoing guidance, direction and structure that facilitate their new teammates' success. The longer you sustain intensity and support from day one, the more value you will get out of your new employees.

Want more practical ideas for winning the talent war?

Improving onboarding is only one way to improve hiring and retention; in his whitepaper Tulgan shares four more ideas you can begin implementing today. For more insights and tips, get the full report.

 

Partner with PrideStaff to improve new hire productivity, performance and retention.

To maximize your new employees' success, partner with a national staffing firm like PrideStaff. We use the right mix of recruiting and assessment tools to deliver the high performers you need – quickly and cost-effectively. Contact us today to learn more about our On Target fulfillment process.

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The best jobs in the Lehigh Valley, PA are right here.

Ken Dawson, Owner/Strategic Partner of PrideStaff's Lehigh Valley office, matches good people who want to work with great companies that need their talents. Running a PrideStaff office allows him to connect with a variety of hard-working people, showing them how to leverage their skills and find the right opportunity to shine.

If you're looking for jobs in the Lehigh Valley, here are two hot opportunities:

 

Materials Handler w/Forklift – 3rd Shift – in Macungie, PA

Salary: $14.00 to $17.00/hr.

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 333109

 

Job Description

Enjoy working in a manufacturing environment? Our client seeks a 3rd shift materials handler to accurately and efficiently receive, store and maintain raw materials, packaging components and finished goods for their manufacturing operation. Job duties include: operating a forklift truck, order-picking truck, turret truck and hand truck to move products; manage output from the production department; pick and stage raw materials for production batches; restock pick locations; maintain a clean, organized and safe work area; and more.

Apply for the Macungie 3rd Shift Materials Handler w/Forklift job

 

Press Brake Operator – Steel Fabrication – in Catasauqua, PA

Salary: $18.00 to $22.00/hr.

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 333107

Job Description

Allentown area custom steel-fabricating shop seeks an experienced press brake operator to: read blueprints and determine measurements; perform required bends; make operational checks and perform cleanup at beginning and end of shift; safely operate machines; and more. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Apply for the Catasauqua Press Brake Operator (Steel Fabrication) job>

Looking for work in Lehigh Valley?

PrideStaff offers a variety of different opportunities throughout the Lehigh Valley and beyond. Be sure to visit our full job listings, using the links below:

Things to know about working with PrideStaff:


  • The PrideStaff Lehigh Valley office is located at 3400 Bath Pike, Suite 202, Bethlehem.
  • We offer temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire employment opportunities.
  • When you apply, your staffing specialist will conduct a one-on-one interview to assess your interests, experience, career goals and work preferences. During the interview, they will review your work history and identify assignments or positions that may be right for you.
  • You can find answers to commonly asked questions about working with PrideStaff here.
  • PrideStaff is a staffing company that has been helping job seekers find meaningful and fulfilling work in their desired field since 1978. We'll help ensure that you don't just search, but succeed.

Learn more about PrideStaff’s Lehigh Valley, PA staffing and employment agency and Lehigh Valley, PA Jobs.



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Looking for the best jobs in Cincinnati East, OH? You'll find them right here.

Michael and Cheryl Eckelman, Owners/Strategic-Partners of PrideStaff Cincinnati East, run an award-winning staffing firm designed to help job seekers like you find rewarding, meaningful work. Their team of employment experts knows the east Cincinnati job market – and how to match great talent with great jobs.

If you're searching for jobs in Cincinnati East, here are two hot opportunities:

 

Customer Service in Milford, OH

Salary: $13.00 to $14.00/hr.

Job Type: Temporary

Job ID: 329492

 

Job Description

Have a strong customer-service mindset and a willingness to learn? Mason area client has more than 15 openings (some of which include a commission plan) for customer service, customer care and consumer services representatives. Ideal candidates have strong computer skills, communication skills and the ability to work between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

Apply for the Milford Customer Service job

 

Welder/Assembly in Cincinnati, OH

Salary: $13.00 to $15.00/hr.

Job Type: Temporary to Hire

Job ID: 305436

Job Description

Have a strong work ethic and enjoy working independently? Our client seeks an experienced MIG welder to perform custom work, rebuilding and repairing lift gates, trailer beds, snow plows, delivery trucks and similar equipment. Additional responsibilities include body work, spray painting, welding specialty items and maintaining a clean work environment. Interested?

Apply for the Cincinnati Welder/Assembly job

Looking for your next opportunity in East Cincinnati?

PrideStaff offers a variety of temporary and direct jobs throughout Cincinnati East and beyond.  Be sure to visit our full job listings, using the links below:

Things to know about working with PrideStaff:


  • The PrideStaff Cincinnati East office is located at 1083 State Route 28, Suite A, Milford, OH.
  • We offer temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire employment opportunities.
  • When you apply, your staffing specialist will conduct a one-on-one interview to assess your interests, experience, career goals and work preferences.  During the interview, they will review your work history and identify assignments or positions that may be right for you.
  • You can find answers to commonly asked questions about working with PrideStaff here.
  • PrideStaff is a staffing company that has been helping job seekers find meaningful and fulfilling work in their desired field since 1978.  We'll help ensure that you don't just search, but succeed.

Learn more about PrideStaff’s Cincinnati East, OH staffing and employment agency and City of Cincinnati East, OH Jobs.



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