6 Qualities of Top Healthcare Talent

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  When looking for healthcare workers, you want the best. But what does “the best” mean when in your particular field? Look for those with these six stand-out qualities. Grace under pressure. Anyone working in healthcare will deal with sensitive topics that can also be life-altering. You’ll deal with patients on the entire spectrum, including… Read more »

Interviewing to Hire Superstars

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Want to find the best candidates for your company? Sometimes it’s a matter of asking the right questions. Resumes, cover letters and references will give you a good measure of a candidate, but getting answers straight from the candidates can tell you who will really excel. So what should you ask? “How will you identify… Read more »

How to Keep Your Employees From Turning into Workaholics

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We want our employees focused and working, right? But there’s a difference between working hard and becoming a workaholic, defined as “a person who works compulsively at the expense of other pursuits.” Working too much leads to burnout, as well as other problems. Here’s how you can help your employees avoid this all-too-common issue. Enforce… Read more »

How Can You Promote Wellness for Your Employees?

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As an employer, you want your employees to always do their best, stay on top of everything, and get the most out of each day. However, that won’t happen if you have stressed or overwhelmed employees who make a habit of simply holding on and getting through each day. Too many employers overlook the importance… Read more »

Should You Hire an Unreliable Candidate?

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The short answer: Of course not. Reliability makes a good employee – and should be an essential attribute of anyone who works for you. As an interviewer, you need to assess a candidate’s reliability in the interview before making any hiring decisions. One of the most essential qualities. Reliability is crucial; it may even trump… Read more »

Could Cross-Generational Mentoring Benefit Your Employees?

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The 2015 movie The Intern with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway is about a 70-year-old widower who, after retirement, decides to get back into business by taking an internship at an online fashion company. Along the way we see some of the typical stereotypes of him bringing his briefcase to work complete with fountain… Read more »

Conflicting Personalities in the Workplace?

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While we’d all like everyone to get along in the workplace, the reality usually involves a few conflicting personalities along the way. And every once in a while, those personalities truly clash, throwing a wrench into the general flow of the office, resulting in stilted productivity and the occasional serious conflict. So how do you,… Read more »

What Daily Obstacles Are Holding Your Team Back?

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Ask any coach what makes a team successful, and they’ll likely talk about a team that works as one, integrating everyone’s strengths and communicating well so that the team members function as a unit with an equal amount of give and take from all involved. The same goes for any team in an office…but too… Read more »

Looking for Top Medical Talent? Maintain Your Online Reputation

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If you want to attract top talent to your practice, you need to have a solid online reputation. Fortunately, this is something attainable by conducting yourself well and sharing your company’s story through social media. It doesn’t hurt to have others sing your praises, either. Considering that almost three quarters of job seekers preview prospective… Read more »

What Can You Learn from a Candidate’s Employment Gap?

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As you review candidates for a position, you’ll probably come across a few with employment gaps. Consider the fact that in this economy, particularly since the recession, a number of qualified candidates may well have gaps in their work histories. It’s important to gain a thorough understanding of the reason for any gap before coming… Read more »