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When you’re looking for a new job, you get a lot of conflicting information. Many recruiters today suggest that cover letters are outdated and no longer necessary for a modern job search. But cover letters still provide a lot of value and could absolution make all the difference in your job search. So, yes, you… Read more »

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As a hiring manager, do you view employment gaps as an immediate red flag for new candidates? You may be allowing your biases to impact your decisions and missing out on quality candidates. When you make assumptions, there are a lot of factors missing in the story that could let you make a much more… Read more »

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There are some pretty hard and fast rules when it comes to a typical resume. Most paper resumes should be no more than just two pages. But what about more advanced resume solutions? Video resumes and online digital resumes don’t have page counts. So, the length of your resume will depend on the story you… Read more »

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Regardless of your industry, your single job as an HR professional or manager is to ensure that every employee is having a quality experience working with your organization. There are a few ways you can spark curiosity right from the start with new candidates for your open positions. Here are the ways you can promote… Read more »

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Have you been passed up for a promotion you really wanted? Or, did you experience a layoff or were fired from your last job? It can feel impossible to overcome these situations in your career, but you have to figure out how to move on, or you’ll never move up. Here’s how to keep your… Read more »

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Employee retention is more critical than ever. With a talent shortage, especially in healthcare, employers have to look deep at their processes to make sure they’re not losing people over easy to solve problems. You can avoid staffing shortages by addressing these top reasons employees leave your organization. Lack of Engagement When your employees stop… Read more »

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Your first days on a new healthcare job can seem very scary. You won’t know anyone and you have no idea if you’re going to be liked, successful, or happy. Your new co-workers and managers will start forming opinions of you in the first few hours, days, and weeks on the job. How do you… Read more »

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It’s a tight job market, and that’s not expected to change in 2020. It’s true across the board, but the shortage of top talent is very apparent in the healthcare industry. To hire the best people at the right time, you need to understand the needs of your potential employees and even tailor the experience… Read more »

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Unhealthy habits are things we never intend to do; they sneak up on us out of nowhere. But some unhealthy habits are common in nursing. If you want to break out of that rut now that we’re a month into 2020, it’s a great time to examine your unhealthy habits and try to replace them… Read more »