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Hiring travel nurses is not at all the same experience as hiring permanent, local staff for your medical facility. So why are you trying to fit that square peg in the round hole? Before you spend an inordinate amount of time sourcing, prescreening, and hiring remote candidates for travel positions, consider working with a staffing… Read more »

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Throughout your nursing career, you will be working with a variety of personalities. This is true not only with patients and managers but also the doctors themselves. What happens when you encounter a physician who is difficult to deal with? You may feel like you’re not in a position to challenge or confront them, even… Read more »

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Bullying is a big topic of conversation across a lot of platforms today. From the very top down, we’re looking at the way bullying can create divisiveness or even uncomfortable situations for those involved. With all the bullying and related abuse so prevalent in the media, it may be time to address the situation in… 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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Hiring is a fine art that goes beyond matching skills to duties. It is extremely important that your newest team member also fit in well with your environment and can get along with others on your staff. Values, personality, aptitude, and capability are all equally as important as the skills on the resume. So how… Read more »