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Image credit   We have been through a lot in the past years. The COVID-19 PANDEMIC and the rest of the things that happened. Now that we are on the path of progressing into new heights, we have much to tackle because of the transformative ways our lifestyle must undergo. There are lots of technological advances that are happening in the world today. When it comes to the talent search for today’s market, a lot has already...
Image credit   The past three years have been pretty tough for the health industry. The burnout our healthcare professionals feel is still looming up until today and the shortage continues to trend in the whole country. This poses a great deal of challenge for the recruitment and forces new innovative ways to fill in open roles and positions. Mental Health needs will continue to be a demand for employees. Applicants will...
Image credit   There has been a severe shortage of nurses in the USA since 2012, and it worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic. The American Hospital Association has estimated that they need to hire 200,000 nurses a year to meet the rising demand. There are a lot of reasons for this shortage, some of them are being burned out from work because of being overworked and this is one of the main reasons that nurses leave their...
Image credit   With the advent of remote working and countries being more open to immigrants, truly workplaces have never been so diverse. It is very easy to say that a company is inclusive to all its workers but putting in some actual work is no easy task. It is not just about having different cultural background, ethnicity or characteristics - but it is also about getting deeper into understanding each person’s...
Photo credit   During the pandemic, there have been a lot of buzzwords to call some events or processes such as "The Great Resignation." Now this old school strategy for hiring has also been given a new nickname recently,  it is now called "Quiet Hiring." Quiet hiring is when companies fill in some positions by hiring existing employees who already have knowledge about the company’s vision, operations, processes and...
Photo credit   The nurse's churn rate for the past few years has been staggering. There are a lot of factors that bring an employee to a decision to leave their organization or transition to a new profession. It could be they are looking for growth opportunities and empowerment, lack of strong leadership in their current company, and poor working environment. According to study, about 33% of nurses leave their job in the first...
Photo credit   Prior to the pandemic, only a handful percent of the workforce were doing remote jobs. However, when the pandemic hit the vast majority of the world, employees were obliged to work off site due to the rising cases of Covid and several imposed government restrictions. Since then, almost everyone got a chance to see the benefits of working from home.  According to this blog theladders.com , here are the 10...
Photo credit   Resignations have been very rampant across all workspace around the globe. When every closed done when pandemic started, job security was one of the key issues as there have been lay-offs and manpower cut in most organization to address losses in sales and profit. However, when organizations have started to wake up from slumber during pandemic, the opportunities for work have also flooded. It is important to not...