The employee experience is essential for success. Your employees touch every aspect of your business, from the back office to customer-facing jobs, so happy employees will continue to be your greatest asset. But why exactly are happy employees so valuable? Here are some of the reasons and how a happy employee experience will increase retention
Early in 2020, when the pandemic began to spread across the county, unemployment benefits were expanded. In the CARES Act, along with the one-time stimulus payment, unemployed workers were able to collect an additional $600 per month beyond the state payments. With a 13.3% unemployment rate, that’s been a significant number. This unemployment benefit is
The world has changed a lot in just a few short months. Many people spent their careers blissfully unaware of all the video conference choices available. While online video conferencing options have been available for years, many people who didn’t work remotely before COVID-19 may not have needed to access them. Everything changed in the
The unemployment numbers today are unprecedented. As companies and entire states, shut down everything but essential work, many people found themselves applying for unemployment assistance. So how do you transition from unemployment to job hunting as things begin to open back up? There are a few strategies that could get you back on your career
As we stay at home, orders are being lifted or altered for increased interaction, and employers are finding themselves in a unique position. Roles that had been furloughed or changed to work from home may be returning to the office environment. How can you reassure your employees that it’s safe to come back to work?
What is the best way to interview a warehouse candidate? Most of the time, you probably figure if they can handle the work, they get the job. But there may be more to it than that. Asking the right questions in the interview can improve your hiring process and retention rates. Here are five great
People often talk about work ethic and what it means in terms of the right candidate for a job. But work ethic is a difficult trait to pin down. What exactly is it, and how can you showcase yours? Selling your work ethic in an interview may be the key to landing that job offer.
Every day right now is very different for professionals all around the country. We’re finding ourselves working from home, often with two adults attempting to share a space not designed for a home office. At the same time, kids are home from school, and parents are thrust into the role of teachers while they’re trying
At ProStaff, we fully understand the seriousness of the situation we’re facing here in the United States. We also know that focusing on the negative will only exacerbate an already stressful time. While we’re forced to slow down and stay indoors, we wanted to take a closer look at some of the reasons we can
Many job seekers are frustrated by the job market. People with great work histories have found themselves out of work for extended periods. This prolonged unemployment may be a result of layoffs or companies closing and are not the fault of an employee’s background. But employers are still looking at resumes for employment gaps and