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There is, of course, a certain impermanence when it comes to working with travel nurses on your staff. However, just because someone will only be with your organization for a finite period of time, that doesn’t mean they should be treated in a less fair way than you full-time employees. From a travel nurse’s perspective,… Read more »

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Over the last few months, there has been a lot of talk about the potential tax plan being debated by the house and senate as we write this post. Many people have serious concerns about how the plan could affect the average worker. As a travel nurse, what do you need to know about the… Read more »

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Being a travel nurse comes with a bit of insecurity. How do you know you’re safe when you’re traveling from place to place or living in an unfamiliar city? If you’re concerned about your safety on a travel nursing assignment, there are some things you can do to make yourself more comfortable. Let’s take a… Read more »

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As we start to wind down the year, many managers are thinking about the ways they recognize the contributions of their employees. Have you considered that for your healthcare team? What ways do you show your employees appreciation on the job? Gratitude is contagious and by creating a program that acknowledges the contributions of your… Read more »

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Some experts suggest finding a specialization and sticking to it while others extol the virtues of diversification in your skill set. So which should you do? The answer comes down to what you specifically want out of your nursing career, but there are many benefits to diversifying your skills. If you’re considering expanding your experience to… Read more »

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