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Dental Hygienist Benefits: What Should You Offer?

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Looking for Dental Hygienist Recruiters in Georgia? Here are some tips to attract top talent: In order to keep your dental office growing, you’ll need to attract and retain a talented and committed staff of dental hygienists. Of course you’ll want smart, efficient employees you can rely on, and since hiring is an expensive and… Read more »

Workers Comp in Healthcare: What Happens if you’re Injured on the Job?

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Are you looking for Employment in Morrow GA? Be sure to stay up-to-date on workers comp news. Generations ago, when workers were injured on the job and faced high medical bills and an inability to return to their positions, their only legal recourse involved suing their employer for compensation. This usually didn’t work out well… Read more »

Four Questions to Ask a Medical Assistant Candidate

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Before you complete your first stage interview process with a medical assistant candidate, make sure you’ve received clear and meaningful answers to the four questions below. If you choose to add additional rounds of interviews, your questions can become more complex, but this basic list can help you dismiss weaker applicants and vastly narrow the… Read more »

Time Off: How Much is Too Much?

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Most experienced mid-level employees have the workplace experience—and life experience—to manage the demands of complex schedules and conflicting time commitments. When is a forty hour week really a forty hour week? And when is it actually a fifty or sixty hour week? Answering these questions can take years, and it can require a careful sense… Read more »

Email and Texting Etiquette in the Workplace

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If you run your own business or manage a team of employees, the way your employees interact with the world can provide a direct reflection of your own managerial and communication skills.  If they seem articulate, polished and professional, then so will you. But if they address clients and partners with clipped phrases and teenage… Read more »

Healthcare HR Predictions for 2014

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What will the year ahead bring to the world of healthcare staffing? What kinds of trends, challenges and changes to the landscape will HR managers be facing in the months to come? Nobody knows for sure, but based on our informal surveys and a rough analysis of the events of 2013, we’ve compiled a brief… Read more »

Using a Healthcare Job Description to Tailor Your Resume

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As you draft and editor your healthcare resume, every minute you invest in the smallest details will come back to you in the form of increased employer attention…sometimes. But sometimes this doesn’t happen at all. In a perfect world, spending hours and hours on every job application would result in an avalanche of interviews, but… Read more »

Benefits for Healthcare Employees

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Before you accept an offer for your first professional healthcare position, what kinds of benefits should you expect from your employers? Of course you’ll need to carefully review your salary offer and conduct some research in order to make sure this offer is competitive in your geographic area and your corner of the healthcare marketplace…. Read more »

Physician Challenges in 2014

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The year ahead will be a critical year filled with both challenges and opportunities for primary health care physicians delivering healthcare services in the US. With the arrival of the Affordable Care Act, and corresponding explosions in new communication, diagnostic, and records management technology, the landscape is changing fast. Most physicians will be able to… Read more »

How Working with a Healthcare Recruiter Can Boost Your Workplace Brand

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If you’re an experienced staffing manager, you probably already recognize that partnering with a recruiter can streamline your hiring process. After all, recruiters can tap into vast, tightly targeted networks, and once they’ve attracted an applicant pool, they can help you screen, test, and select the best candidate in the group without taking your mind… Read more »