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How a Different Approach to Multitasking Can Make You More Efficient

Before we discuss whether or not multitasking is a best practice, let’s define the term: Multitasking is attempting to do more than two things simultaneously.  But is multitasking really a good way to go about your work day? Many managers and workers think it is. But according to various experts, our brains don’t handle multitasking… Read more »

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The Importance of Diversity in the Workplace

While the topic of workplace diversity has been top of mind for a number of years, its importance has never been as “front burner” as it is today. With the growing globalization of today’s economy, achieving diversity in the workplace is a smart move to make. If you’re a business owner wondering about the merits… Read more »

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One Out of Four Workers Feel Left Out. Here’s What Employers Can Do About It Management Registry, Inc.

Feeling underappreciated, left out or ignored at work can have tremendously negative effects on a worker’s well-being.   But what does feeling “included” at work even mean? And how can managers foster an environment where all employees — regardless of age, race, gender, or personality type — feel valued?  Making sure an employee fits in is an… Read more »

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As a healthcare professional, it’s almost inevitable that the past two years have been the busiest and most stressful of your career. Therefore, taking breaks might seem like a luxury you can’t afford, but they’re more important than you probably realize. Stopping to rest throughout your shift is essential to your health because your body… Read more »

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Finding a new nursing job is hard work. From searching through job postings to creating custom resumes and preparing for interviews, the mere thought of putting yourself out there can feel simultaneously exhausting and terrifying.  What you might not realize is you don’t have to navigate this process on your own. Staffing firms help nurses take… Read more »

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As a healthcare professional, you treat all kinds of patients. Some are very outgoing, while others are much more reserved. Caring for the latter is often more difficult, because they don’t always speak up and tell you everything that’s wrong.  Obviously, the more information you’re able to gather, the better the care you’re able to… Read more »

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Nurses are a key player in every healthcare team, and it’s finally time to give them the credit they deserve. The World Health Assembly has named 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife — and that’s a really big deal.  The WHO, along with the International Confederation of Midwives, International Council of Nurses, Nursing Now, and the United… Read more »

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Working as a nurse is incredibly rewarding, but it is also a very tough job. Nurses commonly work long hours — mostly on their feet — caring for patients, often in very stressful environments. No matter how passionate they are about their jobs, the pressure can easily catch up with them. Not surprisingly, nurse burnout… Read more »

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If you’ve never watched a TEDTalk, you’re missing out. Published by TED — a nonprofit committed to the spreading of ideas — there are more than 3,000 talks on the organization’s website. Talks run the gamut from business to global issues and are given by both well-known industry leaders and regular people with a powerful… Read more »

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As managers, we intuitively know that giving and getting honest feedback is essential to grow and develop, and to build successful organizations.  So why is it that many of us put off giving feedback to our employees?  Maybe it’s because there are so many ways to mess it up. Here are some common feedback mistakes:… Read more »