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Can you advance your career as a nurse? Of course you can, even if you’re focused on travel nursing. If you want to advance to roles as a CNA, LPN or RN, what do you need to do to achieve that next step in your career? To prepare, here are a few things to get… Read more »

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Now that April is almost over, we can look forward to May and, specifically, National Nurses Week. This year, National Nurses Week is May 6 through May 12. The theme of the 2020 National Nurses Week is ‘A Voice to Lead,’ and leadership will be the primary focus. National Nurses Week is observed to recognize… Read more »

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Are you looking for a nurse manager to add to your team? Beyond their qualifications, what qualities do they need to bring to the table? You need to hire for the complete package, not just their skills and abilities. What personality traits are the most common for success as a nurse manager? Here is a… Read more »

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Did you know that April is National Occupational Therapy Month? If you’ve thought about a career change or are on a path to become an occupational therapy nurse, this is the info you’ve been looking for. What does a day in the life of an OTN look like, and what does it take for you… Read more »

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Different from chronic, acute care is the kind of medical intervention for patients with specific treatable illnesses. They may experience this care at a doctor’s office, clinic, emergency room, or ambulatory surgery center. With HIPAA, there is a level of compliance your facility needs to take with employees who provide acute and post-acute care, but… Read more »

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Utica, NY – The only certainty during these uncertain times is that healthcare facilities are falling short on their staffing needs throughout the United States. However, Fortus Healthcare Resources, a nationally recognized healthcare staffing agency located in Utica, NY, is helping ease the staffing shortage and the urgent need for more healthcare professionals. Fortus Healthcare… Read more »

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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 Many recruiters today suggest that cover letters are outdated and no longer necessary for a modern job search.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 »