Fortus Healthcare Resources is a premier provider of healthcare professionals. Since we staff for nurses and other healthcare roles, we are available as a resource for concerns or questions that both our clients and candidates may have regarding employment, management, and hiring. Here’s a look back at the our three most viewed resources in 2014.

The Benefits of Partnering with an Employment Agency

If you have ever wondered about the benefits of working with a recruiter, we discuss the specifics here. Job seekers should never be required to pay a fee for services nor will they receive less of a salary because a recruiter gets “a cut.” A staffing agency is paid by the hiring clients. Recruiters are invested in the successful placement of qualified employees.

Interviewing? Remember that First Impressions are Lasting Impressions

We also discussed the best ways to conduct yourself in an interview to leave the best first impression. We include information about proper interviewing attire, how to prepare for questions, and the need to research the company before interviewing. We also stress that job seekers should pay attention to their own body language to avoid sending inappropriate messages, even subconsciously.

Need to Relax After Work? Socializing Ideas for Coworkers

Finally, we recognize that nursing isn’t all work and no play. Especially for travel nurses, it is important to get out into the community and relax away from work. We discuss options for dinner time, having lunch with coworkers, a weekly breakfast, organized trips to sports events, or other team bonding experiences.

Looking for Additional Resources in the New Year?

Continue to check our blog for weekly resources to help keep you motivated in the new year and working to your peak potential. Have questions? Contact our experienced team of recruiters today for more information on the benefits of partnering with our team. Looking for Additional Support

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