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Hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare offices are at the frontlines of the novel coronavirus crisis. There’s extreme pressure to provide care and stay safe. But with COVID-19 cases expected to be on the rise and the start of flu season, what can you do to keep your staff safe and treat patients in need. It’s… Read more »

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As we discussed in our last post about behavioral questions throughout the interview process, you need to determine a nurse’s experience and their fit for the job. Behavioral questions like these can give you insight into candidate behavior and common situations in the workplace. In the second part of this series, we want to look… Read more »

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While you may want to avoid it, conflict in the workplace is something every manager needs to handle. As a manager, you must be able to deal with conflict among your healthcare employees correctly. Naturally, disagreements happen when two or more people are working closely together, but your job is to manage that conflict. Avoidance… Read more »