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    Six winners were honored during the inaugural Star Nurses celebration and were named Nightingale Award winners. We are proud to honor them. Congratulations to Viktoria Holley-Trimmer!
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    It’s time to think about the creation and management of teams in a new way. It’s time to break the mold and think about how to create a new definition of what teams should look like.
  • 5 Ways Hiring Managers Can Get Positions Filled Fast
    So how do you find the talent you need when you’re short on time? There’s no magical formula. But there are five practical tactics you can employ today to expedite your hiring process, find the people you need, and get back to doing the work you love.
  • 6 Myths about Office Romance You’ll Want to Stop Believing
    Office romance seems to work out on the screen. This encourages people to believe they, too, can mix business and pleasure. They’re sure that even if the romance ends, the professional relationship won’t be damaged. Best case scenario is…best case scenario, so before you take the leap, see if you...
  • What Are Tuition Reimbursement Programs? And Should You Offer Them?
    Aside from the financial exchange, though, does helping employees with education costs help the company? The answer appears to be “yes.” Here’s why.
  • What If The Company’s Culture Doesn’t Correspond To Your Needs?
    So, what should you do if the company culture isn’t corresponding to your needs? To help you answer this question, we’ve collected five typical scenarios where a company’s culture and an employee’s expectations may not align, as well as some potential strategies for how to respond.
  • How to Navigate Interviews When You’re Moving to a Different City or State
    You want to get a job in a different city or state, and you’re not quite sure how to go about navigating the interview process. While in many ways the out-of-town job hunt mirrors the local search, there are definitely curves in the road that need to be navigated differently. But don’t worry; we’...
  • Should You Consider Interviewing Former Employees?
    As you're sitting at your computer sifting through resumes and cover letters a familiar name pops up on your screen. You recognize a former employee who wants to return and is looking to be interviewed for a position. Do you wonder whether or not you should consider it? If so, you're not alone.
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    For many, improving work-life balance is an elusive goal. Our always-on culture means employers expect employees to take more work home. It’s no wonder 89 percent of Americans say work-life balance is a problem. How can we improve our work-life balance when there is so much work and life in need ...
  • Getting Inside the Minds of Millennials
    To effectively connect with Millennials—who will account for 75 percent of the workforce in just eight years—smart companies adjust their recruiting strategies to meet younger workers where they are. Here’s how.
  • The Etiquette Of Writing And Receiving Recommendation Letters
    At some point in your career, you'll either need a recommendation letter, or you'll be asked to write one. Probably both. The letter might be part of a grad school application, required for a continuing education scholarship or even part of a job application. Whether you're doing the asking or th...
  • How the World of Work Has Changed in The 21st Century
    If you are an elder Millennial or older, you might remember what it was like to work in a pre-smartphone, pre-Facebook world. Take a trip down memory lane, when emails were cutting-edge, and people still wore business suits.
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    Cash may be king, but it is not everything. Before you balk at a new opportunity because of the base salary, check out these alternative compensation options companies often offer.
  • What to Expect on Your Return to In-person Work
    It’s time to dig the blazers out of your closet and head back to the office. What should you expect from your employer and your coworkers in the new hybrid office environment?
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    No matter how high-tech job-hunting has become, the basics of resume writing still apply. Make sure your resume includes the fundamentals every recruiter needs to see before offering you an interview.
  • Virtual or In-Person Interviews: What’s the Right Answer When You Have the Choice?
    If you’re asked to choose between interviewing in person or virtually, what should you say? What factors should you consider? Spoiler alert: Sometimes Zoom is the right answer.
  • Make a Match: Do You Have These 5 Writing Skills Hiring Managers Struggle to Find?
    The ability to communicate through writing is an important talent that hiring managers consistently struggle to find. Check out these five writing skills to see if you have what they’re looking for.
  • How to Explain a Resume Gap over COVID to Potential Employers
    Have a COVID-related resume gap? You're not the only one. Learn how to own it and even use it your advantage in your next job interview.
  • What are the best opportunities for remote work?
    Working from home, once a rare perk, has become commonplace in the wake of the COVID pandemic. Employees at the best work-from-home companies also enjoy many advantages.
  • Why a Small Company Might Be Your Next Great Step
    If you've been climbing the corporate ladder at a Fortune 500 company, you might wonder whether you're suited to a new position at a small company. Read on to determine if the shift is right for you!