Josephine T. Hughes, CEO of Josephine’s Professional Staffing, Inc. (JPS) founded JPS as a staffing company in 1988 in the heart of the Silicon Valley, San Jose, California. Since its introduction to the staffing industry, JPS has continuously built a reputation for professionalism and adherence to the highest standards of ethical practices in conducting business.
Celebrating 30 Years
JPS has 30 years’ experience in satisfying client staffing and human resource requirements. Our success positions us to provide clients with top quality candidates, exceptional value-added services and competitive billing rates.
We are driven by our mission to provide employment solutions and opportunities to employers and applicants in a way that enhances and diversifies the workforce, while providing jobs for the community.
Each of our employees play a critical and core role in our personalized, top-notch staffing services. But our services don’t stop at employment; JPS takes pride in providing an ongoing bridge between our clients and employees.
Solutions We Offer:
- Temporary or Contract
- Direct-Hire Placement
- Vendor-On-Premise Placement
At JPS, we are proud to offer our comprehensive services as a solution to your workforce challenges. It is our mission and goal to provide you with the best possible candidates who will do the same. To learn more about our staffing services and how we can help your business, visit our website by clicking here.
In seeking low-cost and time-efficient methods for employee motivation, managers often make a few crucial mistakes that can actually harm morale and lower engagement at work. Every office and individual is unique so it can be difficult to please everyone, and managers often have the best of intentions when they try to encourage their team, but they don’t always hit the mark. We have outlined four ways your own actions can work against your goals when it comes to motivating employees.
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Many companies use team building games to help establish trust, improve communication skills, and boosts morale. These activities are usually off-site and provide a space for employees to have fun and get to know each other outside of the work environment.
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It can be very frustrating for a manager to deal with difficult employees, and unfortunately, most every office has one. But what makes someone so hard to work with? How do you manage employees with a bad attitude?
Staff Management Tips: How to Help Employees with Poor Attitudes
Here are five staff management tips to assist you in helping an employee avoid another trip to the HR office.
Get to Know Your Employees
The first step in effective staff management is to fully understand the problem. Research your employee’s behavior to understand where they’re coming from, giving you a better perspective on how to handle the situation. Inc.com has put together a reference list of the 10 most common difficult types of employees and how to handle their poor behavior:
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