A Recruiter’s Guide to Getting Noticed on LinkedIn
A nursing shortage across the country continues to increase the demand for talented and experienced medical professionals. Even with this situation, sometimes nurses find it difficult to attract notice from hiring managers on LinkedIn. Since LinkedIn remains the preeminent social network for healthcare professionals, recruiters regularly use it to source nursing candidates. So if […]
New to Nursing? Here are Three Ways to Develop Your Career!
Congratulations on beginning a hopefully lifelong career as a nursing professional. The rewards in this profession remain numerous, especially if you love helping people manage their health and well-being. Additionally, with the demand for nurses at a historic high, you enjoy the opportunity for a lucrative professional life. Still, you must take a proactive […]
A Fast Process When Recruiting Medical Professionals is Crucial!
Your hospital or medical office needs an influx of experienced medical professionals as quickly as possible. When considering the strong demand for nurses and other healthcare talents, a fast recruiting process becomes critical. After all, the most talented candidates might only be available for a few weeks. In short, a slow staffing process costs you […]
Should You Take On A Per Diem Healthcare Assignment?
Per diem healthcare assignments can be a good option for nurses who want some flexibility in their schedules. Per diem nurses are assigned temporary work, which allows them to take on assignments that fit their schedule and interests as well as gain experience in an area of nursing they may not have had before. However, […]
Myths & Misconceptions About Working as a Hospice Nurse
Hospice nurses are in high demand, and that’s not surprising. They’re caring people who want to help people in a time of need. But what many aren’t aware of is that there’s more to being a hospice nurse than just giving medications and holding hands with dying patients. Here are five myths about working as […]
The Symptoms & Signs of a Short-Staffed Healthcare Facility
A lack of staff is a common problem in today’s healthcare industry, especially given the increased demand for healthcare services. It can have many negative effects on your staff, patients and facility’s overall operations as a whole. High turnover rate A high turnover rate can signify that the healthcare facility is not a good place […]