The Power of Resilience

Resilience. It’s one of the secrets to survival, both professionally and personally. It is what has gotten you to where you are, and it’s what will help define who you will become. Looking back at some of the toughest situations you’ve endured, you may have felt there was no other choice. It was a natural… Read more »

Recruitment Marketing – Playing the Long Game Pays off in the Long Run

In recruiting full-time six-figure or even C-Suite employees, what is the image your company presents online? How much control do you have over company brand and recruitment? The hiring market is uncertain right now, but you can’t just wait around for your dream executive to become available. Know who your ideal candidates are and where… Read more »

When Are Caregivers Burned Out at Your Healthcare Facility?

Patients and their loved ones count on the skill and compassion of the caregivers in your healthcare facility. But just like family members, professional caregivers can experience burnout from a job that is physically and emotionally taxing. Here are the signs to look for and what can be done to treat or prevent it. Sleep… Read more »

How to Find the Passive Candidates You Need in Healthcare

Passive candidates are some of the strongest you’ll find in the healthcare industry. They are already working successfully for one of your competitors. It’s up to you to encourage them to join your organization by persuading them that your opportunity represents an upgrade to their career or lifestyle. But first, you must find them. Consider… Read more »

Asking Candidates for Salary History May NOW Have Legal Implications

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Recent discussions have employers wondering if they should be asking candidates for salary history during the interview process. Of particular concern is Oregon’s Equal Pay Act, portions of which are to go into effect in October 2017. Along with many other provisions, it contains the admonishment that employers may not ask an applicant how much… Read more »