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Four Low-Cost Employee Recognition Strategies When Pay Raises Aren’t an Option

Research has shown that feeling appreciated, which comes from recognition by your peers and superiors, is one of the top drivers of employee engagement. And it doesn’t have to be costly. If your budget has no room for raises or bonuses related to above-and-beyond performance, there are other ways to let your employees know how… Read more »

Is Relocation on Your Radar to Land a New Job?

When does it make sense to relocate for a new job? It’s a big decision – one made every year by close to 20 percent of Americans, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. You need to have an honest conversation – with yourself and with others who play a significant role in your life –… Read more »

Networking Your Way to a New Job: How to Meet the Right People to Help You on Your Journey

Career experts agree that the vast majority of job openings are never advertised. They are filled via word of mouth or networking. This is known as the “hidden job market.” Networking means developing a broad list of contacts and using them to your advantage when job hunting. Studies have shown that through networking, you enhance… Read more »

3 Tips to Keep Your Medical Team Engaged & Focused While at Work

Even the best managers struggle to allocate their team members’ time wisely. In one recent study, only 35 percent of executives said they felt they were achieving this goal on a regular basis. In another study, it was shown that companies with focused, engaged employees performed 202 percent better than their competitors with disengaged workforces…. Read more »

4 Ways to Rethink Your Strategy When Work Becomes Monotonous

Are you bored with your job? If so, you are not alone. One recent study showed that 36 percent of Americans wanted to leave their positions for new ones that would allow them to be more creative. Monotony is no fun, even if it does result in a paycheck. It pours cold water on the… Read more »

Use These 3 Tips to Stand Out When Following Up after a Great Interview

When it comes to landing a job, it’s up to you to take the lead and follow up after your interview. You need to take your professionalism another step and go the extra mile – every time. Employers debrief following interviews. They review resumes one more time, compare notes and discuss top candidates in detail…. Read more »

What are Your Professional Goals for 2016? Are You Actively Working Towards Them?

As the first quarter of the year winds down, how is 2016 looking in terms of achieving the professional goals you set at the onset of the New Year? If you feel as though you’re falling short, or perhaps have procrastinated on even getting started, don’t be discouraged. You still have plenty of time this… Read more »

Are You Including Too Much on your Resume? How Far Back Should You Go?

When it comes to your resume, how much experience is too much? Some people think they should include every job they’ve ever had on their resume. But your goal should be to impress hiring managers with the qualifications that make you the best fit for the job they need to fill today. The Best Resume… Read more »

Two Mobile Apps to Revolutionize the Medical World

Mobile apps are continually changing the world in which we live. Healthcare apps in particular represent an era of incredible innovation. Just a few examples of the benefits they provide are: Instant data from patient to provider: Apps connected to wearable devices are becoming increasingly popular. For instance, wrist monitors record blood pressure readings throughout… Read more »

How to Respond to Other Medical Staff Members when You Get the Promotion They Didn’t

You’ve been promoted – awesome! But what happens now, if you’ve won the promotion over coworkers who wanted it just as much? It wasn’t your decision, and you can’t control how they feel or react. But, you can help everyone to move on and keep relationships – and your business – healthy. Steps to Take… Read more »

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