Work-life balance means something a little different to every individual, but finding a good balance that fits into your lifestyle is the key to success.
Many companies have started using phone interviews as a way to pre-screen candidates to fill their job openings. As with any interview, it is extremely important to be prepared. Here are some tips to help you establish yourself as a desirable candidate, make a good impression, and ultimately get you an in-person interview.
Why I Became a Healthcare Recruiter
When I moved to Wisconsin several years ago, it was during a difficult time in our nation’s history. It was shortly after the 9/11 attack, and there was an uncertainty about what the future would hold for many Americans like myself. The job I thought I had secured in Wisconsin was put on hold. I needed to find something, and fast. That was when I turned to an employment agency to help.
Having the right combination of eating healthy and exercising is important in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but if you’re working crazy hours or have a demanding schedule, this can feel almost impossible.
Let’s face it! Unlike many other industries, working as a healthcare employee is challenging due to the schedules and time on your feet. Your life likely revolves around; night shifts, rotating schedules, double shifts, and overtime. You may even be a first time mom trying to learn how to balance a career and baby world. Or perhaps, you’ve found a 9-5 position that is providing career satisfaction. No matter where you are in your career, I am confident that you have what it takes to become a healthier person. Continue reading
How long has it been since you graduated from college with your nursing degree? Is your healthcare career where you imaged it would be at this point in your life?
Once you join the workforce, it is easy to fall into a routine and get stuck in a rut. However, staying where you’re comfortable can result in missed opportunities (i.e. raises, promotions, valuable industry knowledge).
If you’re interested in giving your healthcare career the boost that it deserves, we highly encourage implementing the following three recommendations.
1. Network within Your Professional Community
Contrary to popular belief, networking isn’t just for job seekers. Networking is your chance to get plugged into your professional community and make connections while building mutually beneficial professional relationships. It allows you as a professional to make a genuine face-to-face connection in today’s world, an world of email, text and social media.