Thank you Kara, Alicia, Steve, Dottie and Debra!
Happy birthday to our favorite Therapy credentialing manager!
Happy 2nd anniversary to one of our invaluable credentialing managers!
About 1 in every 13 children has a food allergy, but many of them are unaware ... until they have a reaction. Governor Pat Quinn signed a new law Wednesday that makes it legal for a school official who isn't a nurse to administer drugs to quell an allergic episode.
Happy birthday to our favorite Therapy director!
Birthday wishes all around to Dan, Diane and Alicia. Wishing Kathy the best on her next endeavor!
Happy Birthday to our favorite CEO! Thank you for all you do.
Wishing your family a safe, relaxing weekend!
Happy Birthday to our favorite CNA recruiter & thank you for all of your on-call support!
Happy Birthday to our favorite payroll accounting clerk!
Happy 7th anniversary to our favorite RN / CNA senior recruiter!
Here's to four months in a row! Great job team WSi.
So happy to celebrate with our Julie T today! We are so glad you are a part of WSi.
Happy Birthday to our favorite Administrative Assistant!
Congrats to WSi -- for being #1 three months in a row for vendor ranking!
We have a stellar credentialing team who repeatedly meet their quarterly goals. Way to go Julie T & Julie S! We appreciate you so much!
The World's Toughest Job
A brand's great gotcha videos
Here's a pretty cool project from Mullen for a client we won't immediately reveal, lest we spoil the surprise.
(Scroll down to the bottom of credits, or watch the video to find out.)
The Boston agency posted this job listing online for a "director of operations" position at a company called Rehtom Inc. The requirements sounded nothing short of brutal:
• Standing up almost all the time
• Constantly exerting yourself
• Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week
• Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary
• No vacations
• The work load goes up on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's and other holidays
• No time to sleep
• Salary = $0
The job ad got 2.7 million impressions from paid ad placements. Only 24 people inquired. They interviewed via webcam, and their real-time reactions were captured on video. Check out what happened below. It's worth watching to the end.