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Jennifer Dean, President and CEO of Dean's Professional Services offers her own brand of customer service based workshops and seminars. Often featured around the nation as an industry expert and keynote speaker, Mrs. Dean presents a unique perspective on what it takes to deliver exceptional customer service from the inside out. Click to see more.
Oh Summertime – full of picnics, beach trips, free time and good weather. What’s not to love? Well, for the cafeteria workers, janitors, bus drivers, school nurses and even substitute teachers who are employed by educational institutions it can mean that they are out of a job for 3 long worrisome months. Three months can feel like a very long time when you realize that your bills and responsibilities won’t be on hold for that long. The good news though – (yes, there is good news!) - is that there are numerous options to replace your income this summer with jobs from all types of industry. Here is a quick guide of open opportunities this summer at Dean’s Professional Services.
Starting a new job can be an exciting and testing time. It’s the start of a new learning experience but it is also a trial period for you and your new employer. The first 30 days of employment is your opportunity to showcase your skills and give your employer an idea of your work style and ethics. These first 30 days can be the difference between being successful or not at your new job. Here are some important things you should and shouldn’t do during your first 30 days of employment.
Did you know that Dean’s Professional Services utilizes their partnerships to help you further your education? These are some of the certifications that you can obtain to be eligible for some of our open positions within Healthcare and Hospitality.
Many people have different definitions of what professional success and growth means to them. To some, success may mean a healthy work life balance, and to others it may mean getting a higher paying position. The truth of the matter is there is no one-size fits all definition of success, everyone has different types of goals that they want to reach. Here is a brief step by step guide on the essentials of setting up your professional path so that you can achieve your goals.
DPS in partnership with CHI St. Luke’s Blood Donor Center is hosting their first Blood Drive to kick 2018 off in the best way possible, by helping others. If you’re a member of the Houston community and would like to sign up to donate blood on January 31st you can see more details and RSVP here! If you’re a first-time blood donor, it may be scary not knowing what to expect but being prepared and educated is the key to a successful donation. Here is what you can expect prior, during and after your blood donation...
Working as part of a team is essential to finding success within any company regardless of its size. Every team mate makes a big impact on the big picture whether they are part of a 2 person team or a 30 person team. The success of every team depends on the caliber of the team members that compose it and how well they collaborate with their teammates. Here are some tips to get you on the right path to team player success.
Burnout. We’ve all heard of it, one way or another. Maybe you know someone that is going through it or you are experiencing it yourself. It usually feels like an emptiness in your life, a lack of motivation, and having no desire to wake up in the morning and go to work. A series of bad days that seem to never end. It’s not a place anyone wants to be in but there is hope. Whether you are going through it or recovering from it, burnout can be beat! Here’s how to start fighting back...
Flu season like many other viruses can be unpredictable and hard to forecast. You know when to expect it but not necessarily the severity of it. Some medical facilities may find themselves off guard and under-prepared but there are different steps that can be taken to prepare staff and patients for the arrival of the flu season.
Long gone are the sweet days of summer. With back to school season in full effect, it’s not only kids who usually start a new schedule. Parents and non-parents alike can feel the effects of back to school season and the benefits that come with it. It’s a great time to take advantage of the new opportunities that present themselves during this season. Here are some tips to get you back on track after the summer:
Social media has become such a pivotal part of everyone’s lives these days. Studies have shown that 92% of companies are using social media for hiring—and that three out of four hiring managers will check out a candidate’s social profiles. In essence, your social media profiles are you in the virtual world. They represent who you are and shape the way your potential next employer decision to hire you. Many people in fact, are using social media to develop the right connections and get hired. Here’s how...