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

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Workforce Planning

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By taking a systematic approach to using employees, you can dramatically improve your company’s ability to respond to changing conditions. In other words, a workforce plan can help ensure that you’re prepared – and not surprised. Here's where to start...
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Free Webinar: Why Most New Hires Fail

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Based on the bestselling book Hiring for Attitude featured in Forbes, Fast Company & CNBC, this webinar will show you the cutting-edge hiring practices that reveal if candidates have the right attitude to fit your culture. You’ll get the one question to assess "coachability." And you’ll get tools like the textual research that reveals if someone is a high or low performer just by the pronouns and verbs they use in their answers.
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Your 2012 Workforce Summary

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As you prepare for the year ahead, start by taking a look back. Use PrideStaff’s tips for creating a 2012 workforce summary that will help you accurately plan for your staffing needs in 2013:
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Conducting Year-End Reviews

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Year-end employee reviews can be extremely helpful, if conducted in the right way. Here are PrideStaff’s tips for turning your reviews into constructive, motivating sessions:
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PrideStaff Live: Health Care Reform Full Speed Ahead

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At PrideStaff, we’re always looking for new ways to help you overcome your toughest business challenges. Through our Innovations LIVE webinar series , we’ve partnered with some of the world’s...
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Becoming a Leader, Instead of Just a Boss

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The best managers are certainly bosses, but a fundamentally different approach to work makes them something greater. Geoffrey James examines the differences that set true leaders apart from average bosses in his recent Inc.com article. Here are a few of his key points...
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