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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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Employee burnout is a major epidemic in the workplace, especially for healthcare employees and hospitals. Is there someone unable to live up to your expectations right now? Especially high performers? Burnout can lead to high turnover, so it’s essential that you can solve the problem before it blows up. What are the signs and what… Read more »

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When you purposefully uproot your life, it can be difficult to stay organized. This is an adventure that was important for you to take, but at the same time you’ve got concerns about keeping up with everything. You have to learn new processes at work every time you change positions or locations. Here are five tips to help you stay organized on… Read more »

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Kidney failure can happen for a variety of medical reasons. But when it does occur, dialysis is one common treatment that removes waste, salt, and excess water to keep them from building up in the body. Dialysis can be a lifeline for many people, so good dialysis nurses are essential in the industry. If you’re… Read more »

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Travel nurses are a completely different type of employee than your full-time staff. So how can you train and orient them to the job in their first days? Onboarding is important for every team member, whether they’re short term or long term. Whether that first day, or first week, is good for bad, their onboarding… Read more »

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Have you been thinking about working with a healthcare staffing provider but are concerned about some of the due diligence required when hiring medical professionals? There is good news. Knowing who is responsible for licensing when working with a healthcare staffing provider is just the first step of the process. So how does it work… Read more »

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Not every medical placement will be a fun and exciting place to work. But what can do you about it besides quit and move on? Sometimes quitting will mean burning a bridge that you’re not prepared to burn, so staying the course is the best decision. But how can you make this boring assignment a… 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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When a new hire comes into your department, what are your strategies for management? These employees may already have years of experience in the medical industry, but they’ve never worked for your or your organization before, so there will be a learning curve in the first days. Your management strategy is an important aspect of… Read more »

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Your nursing resume may be your only shot at a good first impression. But there is a lot of information out there about how to write a great resume, how do you know what’s accurate? Here is one thing you may want to keep in mind. Paying attention to the most important real estate on… Read more »