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You’ve probably been told that networking is key to your success when it comes to finding the right healthcare career. But how do you network better? No matter the season, there are universal networking tips that can help you meet more people and get the word out there to help you find your next job…. Read more »

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Have you been struggling in your nursing career? Are you frustrated by your employer or your inability to find the right job for you in your hometown? If you have any frustrations, from coworkers to commute, maybe the answer lies in a very different solution. You may want to try out travel nursing. A travel… Read more »

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As a manager, you need to hire the right worker who will do a great job. The cost of a bad hire can take a toll on you, your team, and your bottom line. But there are some red flags to watch out for when you’re interviewing that can help you avoid a bad hiring… Read more »

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Your employees make up a complicated and essential ecosystem for your company. One thing that may challenge the delicate nature of your team is managers who play favorites. Playing favorites can lead to an unhealthy work environment for everyone, including management. When a manager singles out one employee to treat differently, and better, than everyone… Read more »

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Sleep seems pretty simple, right. You lay down at night and drift off into a deep and dreamless sleep to wake up refreshed 8 hours later. If only that were true for everyone, especially nurses. With high demand jobs, long shifts, and the demands of life at home, you’re lucky to get a couple hours… Read more »

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Hiring a new healthcare professional can come with its own baggage. And it’s not uncommon for managers to feel anxiety throughout the process. The pressure to hire the best candidates can be overwhelming, and if you make the wrong choice, it can snowball into a major avalanche affecting your entire operation. But hiring doesn’t have… Read more »

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Travel nurses typically work short term assignments averaging about 13 weeks where they’ll experience a new city and facility with each change in assignment. There are a lot of benefits to working as a travel nurse, especially the ability to live in new cities across the country. General, travel and housing expenses are paid for,… Read more »

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You’ve certainly heard references to work/life balance. What does it really mean? The concept is an important one that companies are recognizing as a top priority for their employees. If any one portion of our life becomes too out of balance with the others, stress and panic can settle in. How can medical managers ensure… Read more »