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Job Descriptions: Blueprint for Success

How to Write Effective Job Descriptions

Creating a good job description is typically the last thing an HR professional or line manager wants to do. The long list of their other responsibilities usually takes priority. But a well-crafted job description actually makes a wealth of managerial […]

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How Planned Happenstance Can Help Your Career

How to Use Planned Happenstance to Advance Your Career

Planned happenstance is a method of curiosity which you use to explore new career opportunities or that you use to create chance events in your life. Whether it is taking a hobby you like and turning it into a job opportunity through exploration and trial and error, or it is seeking out new options through interests you have always wanted to explore, the theory of planned happenstance can help you to find and explore the right options to move your career in a new direction.

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Code Lavender: Healthcare Providers Caring for Themselves

Fighting Provider Burn Out with Code Lavender

Stress is an inherent part of working in the health care system. While health care providers become accustomed to the daily stressors involved in their jobs, some moments arise that push caregivers past their emotional limits. Whether these situations consist of the death of a colleague, a stressful interaction between two health care providers, a difficult patient situation, or a variety of other stress-inducing situations, “Code Lavender” may be just what the doctor ordered.

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Ala Cart – Why Job Boards are a Good First Option

Ala Cart – Why Job Boards are a Good First Option for Physician Job Searches

Like a well-designed menu at your favorite restaurant, the job board presents opportunities of interest and opens the doors of communication when exploring a new job. Candidates are free to peruse the offerings and pursue those most interesting and appealing.

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How to Use Boolean Searches for Healthcare Recruiting, part 2

Boolean search for physician resumes

As a medical recruiter, you must find highly qualified people in a tight labor market. The first article in our series addressed the basics of finding physicians and nurses with specific keywords. Now you can refine your searches to identify […]

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Freakonomics Taught Me that Simple Solutions Aren’t Always Best

Here's Why Simple Solutions Aren't Always Best

“What do schoolteachers and Sumo wrestlers have in common?” That’s the title of the first chapter of Freakonomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, a book that I often cite as my introduction to how the world really works. Before […]

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How the Corporatization of Medicine Saved My Life

The wake-up call came just a few years later. The stated merger with a larger national group was nothing of the sort. I soon found my pay restructured, pension wiped out, and profit sharing canceled. By then my family was firmly rooted in the community and moving was not an option. As I watched many of my colleagues and friends pack up and leave, I found myself drowning in this bleak new reality.

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