The Road to Success is Paved with….

Hard Work? Good Intentions? Speed bumps?  Pot Holes? Hope? Experience? I have the honor of talking to people all day, every day about their careers.  I hear why people are disenchanted with their current job, what they think they would like to do next.  I hear about dreams.  Dreams fulfilled, dreams lost, broken dreams and

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“Burnout” – a Medical Syndrome

By Lois Zoppi, BA May 28 2019 Reviewed by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor) The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially recognized burnout in its 11threvision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). The WHO has defined burnout as a medical syndrome “resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” The decision was made at the

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Optimize Your Job Posting

We are frequently asked by employers why they aren’t getting more qualified applicants to apply for their positions.  Here are a few tips to attract the right people to job postings.   How to write effective job descriptions:  Repeat top keywords 3-5 times  Bold headers  People work for people, describe the positive relationships that exist inside

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Amid Opioid Crisis

Amid Opioid Crisis, Walgreens Adds Mental Health Training For Pharmacists Bruce Japsen Senior Contributor Healthcare-I write about healthcare business and policy Walgreens plans to increase mental health and substance abuse training for hundreds of pharmacists and staff at its drugstores amid the U.S. opioid epidemic. Walgreens has partnered with the National Council for Behavioral Health

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Just 20 Minutes of Exercise a Day

A study led by researchers at the University of Sydney suggests that engaging in physical activity for around 20 to 40 minutes a day could offset the mortality risks associated with high levels of sedentary behavior. connel | Shutterstock Lead author Emmanuel Stamatakis and colleagues found that sitting was associated with an increased risk for death among

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OR Manager ; Surgical Services Manager

Are you an experienced OR Manager who is serious about the role of the professional nurse? Do you want to work for an award-winning integrated health system with a reputation for excellence?  This could be the next right step for you! Executive Search Associates is engaged in a confidential search for a Manager of Surgical

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Optimize Your Resume

Optimize Your Resume Most jobseekers know the frustration related to their resume going into “the black hole”. Additional frustrations we have heard expressed: Receiving calls for jobs for which they did not apply, and not being called for the job they do want. People calling to interview them who haven’t actually read their resume or

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