RPC Golfs For a Cause

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Veteran Owned Staffing Company

Team RPC, along with clients and friends, golfed in the 2019 AUSA Wounded Warrior Golf Classic this October. Proceeds from the tournament, hosted by the North Texas-Audie Murphy Chapter of the AUSA, benefit wounded warriors and their families in North Texas. RPC is proud to be a certified Veteran Owned Small Business. It is our… Read more »

The Signs of Micromanaging and How to Stop Them

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Micromanaging has so many negative impacts: on productivity, morale, and retention, just to name a few. And yet, it is one of the most common issues managers struggle with, and many times they are not aware of it. Learn more about the signs of being a micromanager, and if you’re guilty of it, how you… Read more »

6 Tips to Become a Better Warehouse Manager

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Being a warehouse managers requires juggling quite a few extra tasks that managers in other industries don’t face. In addition to training and monitoring employees, you also have to systematically store and assess inventory, along with tracking and fulfilling client orders. Without a time management and workflow process put carefully in place, warehouses can quickly… Read more »

What Should You Do if You Don’t Fit in at Work?

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When you’re just starting a job, it can take awhile to truly understand the culture there. But once you’ve gotten over your new job jitters and still don’t feel like you’re fitting in, it can make you lose confidence and question if you’re at the right place. Approach the issue with an objective mindset to… Read more »

Why Year-End is the Best Time to Start Your Job Search!

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If you want to jump start your job search now, you don’t have to wait until after the holidays. It’s a common misconception that job searches during the end of the year are pointless. Sure, hiring managers may be out of the office a bit more, but there’s still plenty of groundwork you can put… Read more »

Don’t Let Your Job Search Be Scary!

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Looking for a new job can cause anxiety for many people, from the fear of change, being rejected, or just not succeeding. However, your job search doesn’t have to be scary if you empower yourself by taking the time to prepare a strategy. Take the fear out of your job search and feel more confident… Read more »

How Much Does Your Bad Credit Affect Your Job Search?

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Financial mishaps, whether unavoidable or because of bad decision-making, do have the potential to create more widespread stress by potentially impacting your ability to land a job to help you get your finances on the right track. Hiring managers may review candidates’ credit reports as a pre-employment screening to help them make hiring decisions. Fortunately,… Read more »

Managing Employees is Only Part of a Leader’s Role

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Managing Employees is Only Part of a Leader's Role

When leaders are given authority over employees, it also comes with the responsibility of their performances; however, leaderships is more than just ensuring that results are achieved. Learn more about how a leader’s role goes well beyond just managing employees:   Engagement Employee engagement is the difference between employees just getting the bare minimum job… Read more »

The Best Way to Research a Company Before You Walk In for Your Interview

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One of the most key steps to being prepared for a job interview is to research the company beforehand. Not only does this demonstrate your professionalism and give you the background information needed to provide the most tailored responses to the interview questions, but it also benefits you by giving you a preliminary idea of… Read more »

How Managers Should Prepare to Give Performance Reviews

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How Managers Should Prepare to Give Performance Reviews

Performance reviews tend to understandably cause employees some anxiety, but managers may also be a bit nervous about how to best handle the potentially delicate situation. To make performance reviews informative and beneficial for employees, avoid playing it by ear and instead take the time to be prepared. Check out these ways managers should prepare… Read more »