Each new year brings about the opportunity for fresh ideas, hot trends and innovation. In the medical field, there are several areas worth watching in 2018. The world of pharmaceuticals has seen some major changes in the past couple of months, and this year will be indicative of how these changes will be implemented.
Hiring the right person for your dental office is one of the most important tasks you’ll undertake. By knowing what you need, you’ll save time and money in the long run. The right people can help your practice run like clockwork on a daily basis, keep your patients happy and well-cared for and continue to grow your investment.
Every year we hear about the latest and greatest trends to watch for in all areas of life, and the staffing world is no different. As a hiring specialist, it may not seem important to stay up on all these trends; after all, your job process is pretty much the same, search, search, search, make an offer, and hopefully, hire. By ignoring the trends, however, you might be missing out on some solid ways to improve your process and find some hidden talent.
Just when you might feel like giving up, you get some good news! A potential employer liked your background and would like to contact your references to learn more about you. These references are extremely important in the final selection process. Do you have these readily available? You don’t want to create a delay or appear unprepared.
Are you able to identify the top performers in your company? It’s important to recognize and reward their contributions and regularly communicate with them. Otherwise, they might begin to feel as if you’re taking their dedication for granted. Here are six characteristics of top performers you don’t want to overlook.
In addition to knowing the education requirements for becoming a laboratory technician, it’s important to understand how to succeed in the career. What’s involved? Here are five tips for success.
Do job candidates see your business as just a good place to get them into the workforce? How can you attract the right talent, but avoid the reputation of being a stepping-stone employer? Consider these five key points.
A job interview gives an employer time to learn about you and your qualifications. It also gives you time to show your interest in the role and gain insight on the work culture. At the end of the interview, you’ll probably be asked if you have any questions for the interviewer. Avoid these six questions that might eliminate you from the competition.
Being a dental assistant and helping patients maintain good oral health is rewarding. But how do you keep your career fresh and continue to advance in it?
How do you spot a bad candidate so they don’t become a bad hire? There are red flags you can watch for during the interview. Consider these eight clues before making an offer.
How can you create an eye-catching physical therapy resume? Consider six keys that can take your resume to the top and help you get an interview.
If it’s conducted well, an exit interview can be just as important as interviewing potential job candidates. The feedback you gain can help you retain current top performers and attract new ones.
Some radiologic technologists assist with interventional procedures that are facilitated by imaging technology. In addition to the education and certification requirements, if you develop the top three skills recruiters and hiring managers look for, you’ll become an even more competitive candidate.
Nationwide, hospitals have benefited from the talent of per diem nurses. For many facilities, this workforce has become indispensable in achieving the most efficient operation possible. Take a look at four key advantages.
Your presence at networking events isn’t enough. Success depends on preparation and how you interact with people while you’re there. Consider eight ways to make networking events work for you.
Education, training, and experience. Those vital factors are included on your checklist for hiring a nurse manager. But is that enough? What are the most important qualities needed for a nurse manager to be successful?
Some employers assume their employees are happy with their jobs, but are your employees really happy? How can you tell? And what factors affect their satisfaction at work?
Regular staff meetings can strengthen work culture. But regularity alone isn’t enough. Preparation and a clear, interesting agenda can make meetings rich in content—and something your employees actually look forward to. What should your meetings include?
Nursing opportunities are plentiful, but how do you get your résumé to stand out so you can get the job you really want?
It takes more than knowledge and monetary rewards for a successful pharmacy career. The ways you approach and guide your career can have a big impact on your success. Consider seven key factors.