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Your interview is likely the first place where a potential employer can meet you face to face and gauge your ability to fit in with their organization. So, how do you make sure that you leave them with a positive first impression? Beyond that, it is equally as important to stand out from the competition…. Read more »

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The American Nurses Association projects a strong job market in the coming year. In the organization’s 2014 Nursing Jobs Outlook, Jeremy Enck, vice president of sales at Fortus Healthcare Resources, says he’s seen a trend toward more organizations looking for nurses who speak more than one language. “Any language,” can be useful, he says. “If… Read more »

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“Thank you for all the hard work and for recruiting me. I would not have found that position on my own. You and your team are professional and good at what you do. I have dealt with other recruiting companies and they can become pushy and don’t listen, it is off putting. You and your… Read more »

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Working with a recruiter from The Fortus Group can open up doors of opportunity that you never knew existed. Most nurses today fall into one of the following categories: Content with their current position, actively looking for a career change, or keeping their options open even if it’s a passive job search. Which one are… Read more »

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  Any traveler, having been traveling for years, or out on their very first assignment, would agree that one of the hardest things about being on the road is spending so much time away from friends and loved ones at home. As can be expected, this difficulty often increases during the holiday season. So how… Read more »

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This may be one of those “duh” moments, but not everyone knows how to conduct themselves regarding using their cell phones while at work. Many companies do have cell phone policies. However, if the rules aren’t spelled out, what are the right and wrong ways to use a phone on the job?  Is it ever… Read more »