Author: Masis Staffing

During the holidays, flu season, or currently during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may find that you don’t have enough employees to handle your current workload. While this will not only cause you much anxiety, it can also affect your performance, reputation, and customer experience. Luckily,...

Keeping yourself and your co-workers healthy must be a priority. Each year in the United States, employers lose $450 to $500 billion in productivity due to employees being sick.  With the recent coronavirus pandemic, strong hygiene is essential to keep your co-workers healthy and to ensure...

According to a recent article on LinkedIn, since January of 2020, the number of searches for “remote working” on the social media platform has tripled. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, employees from around the world are moving from their office building to the comforts of...

Did you know that the average desk has 400 times more germs than a toilet seat? Yet despite the germs, desk surfaces and office supplies are rarely sanitized. When not disinfected, you are prone to various illnesses and can carry these germs home to your...

There will come a time in your career where it will be necessary to negotiate your salary. Whether it is after receiving a job offer or because your current compensation doesn’t accurately reflect your work, this conversation may need to happen. However, before you run...

Millennials are a powerful force in the workplace. Statistics show that by 2025, millennials will make up more than 75% of the workforce. These individuals are often tech-savvy and have new and innovative ideas, which can help take a company to the next level.  So, as...

Negotiating a job offer can feel awkward and uncomfortable. However, it may be necessary to ensure you receive the pay and benefits that you deserve. When you don’t receive adequate pay or many perks, it can cause low engagement levels and result in a lull...

A job reference is an individual who can discuss your work ethic, performance, skills, etc., to a potential employer. It is someone who knows about your experience, talents, work habits, character, and more. As you apply for a new job, this is an individual whose...

When you are on the job hunt, you’ve likely sent out dozens of resumes. What happens when you’ve been offered two jobs? How do you determine which job will be best for you? Here are several things to consider as you choose between the two...

Gossip in the workplace occurs no matter your industry, position, or experience. It can be detrimental to a team, affect your engagement, and make you dread going to work each day. Plus, it is a major waste of time and greatly decreases your productivity.  What should...