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Getting your Mojo Back: Remembering Why You Chose a Nursing Career

It’s no secret that nurses start out with enthusiasm for their chosen profession. It’s so exciting to pass the NCLEX, get your license, find a job, and start working in the real world of medicine, nursing, and healthcare. Unfortunately, COVID-19 came along, and with it, staffing issues, longer hours, and a toxic work environment. Suddenly the… 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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Do Allied Health Professionals Need a Recruiter? Management Registry, Inc.

As an Allied Healthcare Professional looking for that next great opportunity, you may think that job boards are the best ways to find a great gig.  While job boards certainly have their place, it can be challenging to know where to begin. It’s sometimes overwhelming to wade through all of the open positions. And you’ll… 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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You’ve updated your resume… double-checked your LinkedIn page…and lined up your references. Seems like you’re prepared to land that perfect job. But, once again, you’ve interviewed and been rejected. If you’re interviewing a lot without success, you may be sabotaging yourself by being a bad interviewer. If this is you, you’re not alone. It’s hard… Read more »

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You’ve just seen a coworker get promoted and you wonder if there’s anything you can do to shine the light on you – and get the promotion you deserve. After all, you’ve always been a dependable nurse with a positive attitude who rarely misses a shift. In order to move up the ladder in your… Read more »

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Regardless of the size of your organization or your position, it’s a reality in today’s workplace that your job will probably require you to wear many hats and to work smarter, not harder. You may find yourself responsible for multiple departments or teams in several different locations. That’s why it’s more critical than ever that… Read more »

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Occupational Therapy | Practicing Empathy

Occupational therapists help people overcome physical and mental problems that are the result of disability, injury, aging or illness. Most successful OTs exhibit a number of shared professional traits including patience, enthusiasm, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, an interest in working with people, and being goal-oriented. However, “goal-oriented” can sometimes mean an OT becomes so… Read more »

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You just started a new temp job, and you’re really excited about it. The company seems great, and the position is a perfect match for your skills and interests — so you’re hoping to make it a long-term arrangement. Many employers prefer to trial-run new hires temporarily before offering them a permanent position. This provides… 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 »