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The Key Ways to Continue Learning & Development after Graduation

A recent research study revealed the following mind-boggling statistic: 42 percent of college graduates said they never read another book again. Continuous learning is vital to growing your career – as well as enhancing your personal life and well-being. Keep this in mind as you prepare to cross that stage and earn your degree this… Read more »

Medical Marijuana among Your Medical Staff…During a Time of Increased Legalization

To date, 22 states plus the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for medical use. These jurisdictions include California and Washington, where medical cannabis legislation occurred in September 2015 and July 2014, respectively. What are the implications for you, as a healthcare employer? The Legal Rundown While an increasing number of states are moving towards… Read more »

Are You Looking for a New Job in All the Wrong Places?

Whether you’re hunting for a new job in your field or switching careers entirely, the search can be daunting. You’re much more likely to succeed if you know exactly what you’re looking for and where to find it. Job Boards: Not All They’re Cracked Up to Be If you’re like a majority of job seekers,… Read more »

4 Tips to Improving (and Modernizing) Your Cover Letter

Never underestimate the power of a strong cover letter. If yours is written with the specific needs of the employer in mind – and clearly illustrates how you are the best person to meet those needs – then you already have one foot in the door to an interview. As you write your cover letter,… Read more »

How to Improve Your Self Esteem … and Consequently Improve Productivity

Searching for a new job in the medical industry s hard – and it can be confidence deflating, as well. You may find that your self-esteem is taking a real blow. If you’re going to present yourself well to a potential employer, you need to believe in yourself as a viable and competent candidate. When… Read more »

Are You Micromanaging Your Staff to Resignation?

A micromanager is one who constantly hovers over their employees’ shoulders, second guesses their decisions, and insists on being involved in every task – if not actually doing it themselves. Also known as control freaks, they rarely if ever consider ideas or opinions other than their own. Does it sound familiar? Worse yet, does it… Read more »

Do You Know How to Use LinkedIn to Become More Visible to Companies Hiring?

LinkedIn is the premier social network for recruiters. With more than 250 million users, it’s the first place that HR decision makers go when seeking top candidates. Use LinkedIn to keep your professional brand highly visible – and searchable – as you find your next job and realize your greatest career accomplishments. Have a Well-Optimized… Read more »

The Secret to Getting an Interview with Your Dream Company

No one is going to simply hand you your dream job. It’s something you have to work toward and make happen, one strategic step at a time. The actions you take and the decisions you make, day after day, add up to what your career will ultimately become. But there are some guidelines for success… Read more »

How to Give Honest Feedback in Your Medical Workplace

If you’ve been in your job for any length of time, then you’re likely in a position where you need to give others feedback on their work. You’ve probably also gotten similar input from your own manager or colleagues. How can you make your feedback meaningful to the recipient, as well as achieve your purpose… Read more »

How to Speak Body Language in an Interview

The right non-verbal communication can make or break your job interview. Career experts have long analyzed body language as a way to determine a person’s character. Results of their research have shown that if what you’re saying doesn’t match what your body is saying, your audience is more likely to believe your body. Follow these… Read more »

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