Posts Tagged: Washington DC architecture staffing

Onboarding the Right Way

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In the past, orienting a new hire was usually relegated to some lower-level worker in the human resources department, and after that brief introduction to the company, the new employee was on his own. Now, however, things are different because businesses realize the importance of getting new employees up to speed, making them feel welcome Read more »

Write It Right

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Writing is something we all do in a business environment, and as someone once said about common sense, we all feel we are proficient at it because it is such a common activity. But, as with anything else, there is good writing and there is bad writing. Good writing on the whole is simple, clear, Read more »

Never Make a Snap Decision

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You have just been offered what looks to be a great job that may lead to a great career. Should you jump at the opportunity and tell the company right away that you will take the job? Some may believe that is the way to go, but psychologists have found that when you are faced Read more »

Retention Begins with Hiring

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Hanging onto good workers is always a concern for companies. When businesses find that their turnover is higher than they would like it to be, or higher than it should be, they begin by looking at ways of increasing employee retention. What they neglect to look at is the hiring process, which can have a Read more »

Traits for the Future

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Today, human resource departments are in a constant struggle to find the best talent. Competition from other companies for skilled workers is fierce. But, even more unsettling is hiring for the future. With the pace of change in technology and business, today‚Äôs skills might be obsolete tomorrow. The question is, how can businesses stay ahead Read more »

I had the pleasure of partnering with RealStreet Staffing in filling a permanent project manager position. The entire team at RealStreet listened to my needs, communicated effectively, and worked to find qualified candidates. We achieved a successful outcome and I look forward to working with RealStreet in the future.

Steven Z. Cratin, VP Asset Management

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