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October 2013
Hi Todd,

Imagine taking $50,000 and setting it on fire!

That's what you could be doing by not hiring the right employees. But don't break out the fire extinguishers so fast. We have a great article that shows why hires can go bad, and what you can do about it!

Of course one of the easiest ways to ensure a good hire is to partner with a reputable staffing firm like PrideStaff. When it comes time to hire, give us a call!

Best regards,

Alisa Torlai
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Are Hiring Mistakes Costing You Real Money?

Are Hiring Mistakes Costing You Real Money?

A bad hire can cost your company anywhere from $25,000-$50,000!

The price of a bad hire adds up in variety of direct and indirect ways. Time, resources, and of course unfinished projects. This article will share some reasons why hires don't work out and what you can do to avoid a bad hire.
Want engaged employees? Recognize them!

Want engaged employees?  Recognize them!

Only 18% of disengaged employees received recognition at least once a week. If you're not recognizing employees, you could be alienating up to 82% of your workforce!

This article will share 6 very simple ways you can recognize your employees and keep them engaged and happy.
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