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Pacific Staffing
June 2013
Dear Reader,

In this month's newsletter we take a look at communicating in the workplace. Offering suggestions on how to communicate change to employees, how to read non-verbal communication cues to better your chances at a successful interview, and how to talk with employees who are considering moving to another profession. We hope that these tips will become second nature for you.  

If you would like to further discuss any of these topics, or have any other questions, please contact us!

Best regards,

Karleen Rocheleau

When a Job Interview Goes Bad
When an interview goes well, you just know it. You mesh with the interviewer and feel totally confident with your responses. However, as one of the leading employment firms in Sacramento, Pacific Staffing knows the signs of a bad interview can be a little more subtle.

So, what are some signs that an interview is a bust - and is it time to move on to the next opportunity? CLICK TO READ MORE

Turnover on the Rise? Here's What to Do.
Despite the stagnant economy, many of today's healthcare workers are actively looking for new jobs. In fact, according to a CareerBuilder survey, 34% said they will look for a new job in 2013 - that's up from 24% in 2012.

If you're experiencing higher-than-average turnover, are there any steps you can take to improve retention - and hold on to your best staff members? CLICK TO READ MORE

Communicating Changes to Employees (So They Don't Freak Out)
Change stresses employees out, even if it will benefit them in the long run. But good communication by the leadership team can help mitigate the negative consequences and diffuse tension among your employees. CLICK TO READ MORE

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