Monthly Archives: March 2016

What to do with a temporary worker on their first day

What to do with a temporary worker on their first day

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Getting a temporary worker up to speed at their new assignment should be the main priority for supervisors The first day on the job can be stressful for any employee, but even more so for temporary workers. Since these employees are often working for a short period of time, you may feel as though there…

How to Prepare for a Second Interview

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Think longer and more in depth when planning for a second interview. Congratulations! You’ve made it past the first interview and have been invited back for a second interview. So now what? Do you need to prepare like you did the first time? The answer is YES. You do need to prepare, maybe even more…

Demand for Healthcare Talent in 2016

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2016 brings a continued demand for talent in the healthcare industry The healthcare industry continues to be one of the fastest growing job sectors throughout the United States, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting 19% growth through 2024. The increased demand for healthcare talent comes from a combination of the aging US population and…

How to Be More Productive at Work

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Getting organized is the first step to be more productive at work Did you know that the average worker wastes close to 2 weeks every year searching for things that are lost or misplaced? That’s a lot of lost time and productivity. Due to their organized and detail-oriented nature, “Type A” people often find it…

Reducing Turnover Among Millennial Employees

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Key Resource Group shows how you can implement a strategy for reducing turnover among Millennial employees. Studies have continually shown that Millennials stay at their jobs for a shorter period of time than employees from previous generations. Over the course of their lifetime, most Millennial workers will have 10-15 jobs, staying at each one for…