3 Ways Healthcare Professionals Can Enjoy the Holidays with Family
It’s the time of year where things are a bit more festive. Christmas lights shine brightly on houses. Stores and Malls are jam packed with shoppers looking for the perfect gifts. Holiday music is playing everywhere from the gas station, to the office at work (like it is right now for me), and the surround sound in your home. Families and Friends gather to eat great food, exchange gifts, make Christmas cookies, and most of all enjoy some quality time together.
4 Things to consider before calling into work because you’re sick
There is a stigma attached to staying home sick from work that all employees are aware of. There is always a choice to be made. Should I call in sick? Can I just tough it out? Can I afford to call in? Will we be short staffed if I’m out? Healthcare Professionals struggle with these same questions that go along with deciding if you are too sick to go to work. Here are a few suggestions to consider when deciding if you are truly too sick to go to work.
Millennials, those born between 1980 and 1997, have surpassed Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation. In turn, this generation will account for about half of the workforce by 2020, and 75% by 2030. The impact of millennials in the workplace has begun to have a significant effect on aspects like corporate culture, work-life balance, benefits and incentives, and more.