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  • Remember Your “Why” December 7, 2018
    When I first started going to fitness boot camp in October 2016, the boot camp owner asked all of us new recruits to consider our “why” behind wanting to join the class.  Boot camp represents a sizable commitment of time, energy, and money, as well as a substantial physical and mental challenge.  It’s easy to […]
  • 10 Great Ways to Start Your New Year With a Bang November 30, 2018
    “There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” – C.S. Lewis You know what I love about the New Year?  I get yet another opportunity to do more, be more, live more, and love more.  I am blessed with opportunity to do better and live differently.  Isn’t that awesome?  Some may scoff at […]
  • Culture Shock: Create a Results-Focused Culture and Change Your Business November 14, 2018
    Creating a results-focused culture doesn’t mean you should begin by sourcing results-oriented candidates.  It should start with clearly defining the results you want, and then finding the right people to help you get there. To create a results-focused culture within your company, you will need buy-in and support from both managers and employees.  You may […]
  • Staff One HR Ranked #48 in Dallas 100 November 8, 2018
    Staff One HR, a Dallas-based HR managed services company, recently announced it has been named to this year’s Dallas 100™, ranked and organized by the Cox School’s Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship. “This year marks our 30th year in business, and we are proud to be ranked in the top 50 of the Dallas 100.  It means a lot […]
  • Navigate Change Through Emotional Intelligence November 7, 2018
    “The only thing that is constant is change.” – Heraclitus  Change is ever-present in our lives.  We are always growing and evolving, and our situations and circumstances change, sometimes in an instant.  Change can be frustrating, hard to understand, and difficult to embrace – especially at work. When processes, systems, or team structures change, how […]
  • DFW Veterinary Practice November 1, 2018
    Company Type:    Veterinary Practice Location:                Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Employees:           37 Client Since:         2018 The Challenge A recently hired employee was working for a veterinary clinic as a driver, transporting animals to and from the client’s facility.  The job required lifting and carrying animals weighing up to 80 lbs.  Shortly after being […]
  • Fast Track Recruiting In 5 Easy Steps November 1, 2018
    Are your recruiting efforts falling a little flat lately? Is your employment application process resulting in less-than-stellar hires? It might be time to reevaluate your recruiting strategy. When it comes to finding talent, companies often stick to a specific routine to fill job vacancies. However, more than 30 percent of new employees quitting their jobs within the […]
  • I-9 Forms Complex But Essential October 19, 2018
    You’ve just hired a great addition to your team, and you’re excited to take your new employee through onboarding and training!  First things first:  complete the new hire paperwork.  The most important piece of paperwork for a newly-hired employee, and the most daunting for a lot of hiring managers, is the Form I-9.  There are so […]
  • Advance Planning Can Make Maternity Leave – and Return – Much Easier October 11, 2018
    Welcoming a new baby was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.  We were fortunate in the fact that we had lots of time to plan for our new bundle of joy.  Here are a few recommendations that really made a difference for me: Train your backup early. Even if you are part […]
  • Social Media:  A Sticky Situation September 28, 2018
    Social media is pervasive in today’s online world, and it has created many “gray areas” for employers.  Just as you should have a social media policy for your company’s posts for consistency and tone, you also should have a social media policy included in your employee handbook, so your team understands expectations when representing your […]