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While some nurses are toughing it out in the evolving job environment caused by COVID-19, others would be agreeable to a longer commute for a new job or even be willing to relocate to another [...]
Knowing what benefits nurses want that they currently don’t have is valuable information for nurse recruiters. These details are especially important today for recruitment and retention efforts, given the tumultuous environment COVID-19 has caused. Our [...]
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Travel nurses are more in demand than ever. Specifically, the need for ICU travel nurses climbed with a 59% increase in agencies looking to fill these jobs between February and March 2020, and more recent [...]
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us a lot. Throughout the months, nurses have had to learn plenty of lessons. What we’ve experienced put focus on the strengths and weaknesses of our national healthcare system and [...]
Nurse recruiters work in a variety of roles and a wide range of environments. Some work for hospitals and skilled nursing facilities as internal staff recruiters, while others work for staffing agencies that partner with various healthcare facilities. Both types of recruiters have a similar goal -- filling nursing job requisitions.
Workplace violence for nurses wears many faces, from having objects thrown at you or smashed on your head to being stabbed, kicked, punched, choked, spat on or worse.
With the onset of COVID-19, some governors and healthcare organizations publicly pleaded for retired nurses to consider either volunteering their services or return to work.
Developing a strong presence on social media can help you and your organization, your nursing staff and your job applicants. Encourage them to actively pursue social media for nurses
The expanse of nursing jobs has taken some nurses out of the hospital and into the corporate sector, some into nursing technology.
Onboarding RNs can be a lengthy process. Experienced program manager delivers these key tips to help bring new nursing hires up to speed quickly.
Navigating the many changes and challenges that come with healthcare recruiting is familiar territory for experienced nurse recruiters,