Best Tips for Managing Millennials

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Considering millennials will soon be the largest generation in the workforce, you should know how best to embrace them within your company. Their preferences and work habits differ from those who came before them. Once you figure out how they work, literally and figuratively, you’ll have a happier, more productive workplace.   Know their motivations…. Read more »

Why is a Healthcare Recruiting Partner Important?

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Talent Acquisition is a critical part of any organizations success. If you want to improve your hiring process, one of the most important steps you can take is to work with a specialist in the healthcare industry to guarantee that they are identifying the most qualified, available candidates in your specialties. Find the right staffing… Read more »

Should You Evaluate a Candidate on Enthusiasm?

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When hiring, you naturally want to focus on who will make the best employee, and that often comes from looking at the person’s background and experience. But do you also look at enthusiasm? There’s something rewards when hiring a candidate whose attitude leads to a more positive experience for all involved. Think about building a… Read more »

How Does Stress Weaken Your Immune System?

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We all feel stress from time to time, and some of us deal with it as a chronic condition. We may feel tightness in our muscles (shoulders and neck, anyone?) and get less sleep. This affects our health, but how does stress affect our immune systems overall? Before you stress more about feeling stressed and… Read more »

Promoting Wellness on the Job

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While you’re not responsible for your employees’ wellness, helping them stay healthy not only benefits them, it benefits you — and your bottom line. Plus, the best workforce is a healthy one, and helping them create and stick to good habits shows you care about them not only as employees but as people as well…. Read more »

Hiring for Empathy

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As you hire, you want to consider various factors such as experience, working well with others and the usual preferences. But do you also look to hire someone who seems empathetic? Should that matter in a new hire, especially when trying to recruit top talent? In a word, yes, especially in an industry that so… Read more »

The Costs of an Empty Chair

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When a position is open, it may seem like a smart idea to wait and see if it really needs filling, or take time with finding the very best candidate, but that sort of thinking can become expensive in more ways than one. While it makes sense to take hiring seriously, leaving a position vacant… Read more »

The Truth About Employee Retention

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You may well have heard the statement that today’s millennial employees jump from job to job, staying only a year or two before moving onto greener pastures. First, research from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics belies that myth, pointing out that while in 1983 the average employee stayed at the same company for 3.5… Read more »

Master Your Time to Simplify Your Day

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For many of us, if we could have one super power, it would be the ability to control time–mostly because we feel we never have enough to do what we need and want to do. If you fall into that category, you’re in good company, especially considering in the last 20 years, leisure time has… Read more »

The Power of Being Proactive vs. Reactive!

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Do you see your work team as one that deals with things as they happen or takes responsibility for what occurs, as well as the part they play in that occurrence? Herein lies the difference between being proactive and reactive. To have a team that anticipates needs, problems and the like, encourage them to take… Read more »