Apr
27
2018

6 Tips to a Successful Video Interview

Successful Video Interview More employers are using video interviews as a step in their hiring process. Companies of all sizes – hospitals, physician practices and federally funded centers are using them to save time and money.     It’s a bit different looking into a computer camera or phone screen instead of sitting across from […]

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Apr
20
2018

5 Easy Ways to Avoid Burnout

5 Easy Ways to Avoid Burnout Burnout – we’ve all been there. We working too many hours, juggling projects and then there’s stress, we all have too much stress. It can be overwhelming and brings us to the end our rope. We’re tired, can’t concentrate and not getting things done. We’re burned out.   Try […]

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Apr
13
2018

Vacations Equal Better Health

Summer is fast approaching. Have you booked your vacation yet?   Taking time off has been linked to better health. It’s time to ignore that inner voice telling you that you have too much work to do and start planning that much needed vacation. Your health depends on it.   Research over the past few […]

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Apr
11
2018

National Pet Day – April 11

It’s National Pet Day.              

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Apr
06
2018

How To Avoid Red Flags On Your Resume

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With all the posts on creating resumes, it’s important to make sure that your resume highlights you in the right way.   What are considered red flags and how to avoid them?   Gaps – employment gaps can be a big red flag as an employer is reviewing your resume. I knew one hiring manager […]

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