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Anyone can have a bad day. That’s understandable and even forgivable. But what isn’t forgivable is a nurse who displays lazy behavior on the job day after day. When that nurse is one of your coworkers, your resentment can build up over time, especially if you always feel you need to pick up the slack…. Read more »

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As much as we want to believe that people are inherently good, there are certainly instances of very bad behavior. This is true even among healthcare employees. Is theft a problem in your facility, office, or department? How do you terminate a healthcare employee for theft? Here are some tips to help you create a… Read more »

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You know that there are no shortcuts when it comes to providing quality patient care. However, there are some things you can do to make your experience and the experience of your patients, a little easier. There are a few nursing hacks that other professionals have developed over their long and successful careers that could… Read more »

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If you staff for healthcare roles, you have felt the impact of the healthcare talent shortage. But is there an untapped resource for these opportunities. Have you considered how you’re targeting the millennial generation? Millennials, the oldest of which are now turning forty, are a huge cohort within the working population, and they can take… Read more »

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Many of our Healthcare Professionals have worked in units serving COVID-19 patients and have experienced situations that marked them deeply. Through our Healthcare Professionals are incredibly brave, they may need specific help processing the crisis they have been a part of. REBOOT Recovery has virtual classes that help first responders find healing from the aftereffects… Read more »

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Travel nursing is a lucrative and rewarding job for those able to pursue the lifestyle. You will be able to live in unique places for an established period and provide your skills and expertise to a hospital, clinic, or office that wants to work with you. One in-demand travel nurse specialty is oncology. Oncology nurses… Read more »

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Are you familiar with NLC? The Nurse Licensure Compact is how many states can require only one license for travel nurses to work at their facilities. It was originally developed in 2000 but included 25 states by 2015. In 2019 the eNLC or Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact was introduced to provide even better standards for… Read more »

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You know that when you hire, you want to focus on a diverse and talented staff of healthcare employees. But are your personal biases getting in the way without you even realizing it? The truth is, we all have biases to one degree or another, so it’s essential to learn how to be aware of… Read more »

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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 »