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PRIDESTAFF presents Innovations
March 2012
Hi Reader,

Are your employees near the breaking point?

Politicians and pundits love to spout off about unemployment and job creation, but it's your employees who are feeling the pressure.

If your company has suffered layoffs, salary freezes or hiring reductions--in other words, trying to do more with less--your workforce has joined the "pressed and stressed" trend.

And what happens when your employees are stressed?
  • higher absenteeism;
  • higher turnover rates; and
  • higher numbers of mistakes being made as fewer projects get completed on time.
If you're seeing the effects of employee overload, check out our solutions in this month's newsletter!

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
PrideStaff - Las Vegas
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Welcome to the "Work More" Economy

Welcome to the "Work More" Economy
Many workers are taking on extra responsibilities and in some cases doing two jobs for the price of one. And the situation threatens not just employees' mental health, but companies' long-term success.

What are some solutions for taking pressure off the stressed-out workforce?

Find out how in this Innovative Idea.

Tips for Managing Frequent
Employee Tardiness

Tips for Managing Frequent Employee Tardiness
Do you have one or two (or more?) employees who are perpetually late? Curb lateness, reduce co-worker resentment and help your entire workforce be more productive, by nipping the tardy habit in the bud.

Find out how to solve this problem without fuss in this month's Best Practice...
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