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Congratulations! You did it! You passed the NCLEX! ..Now what?! When you were growing up and people asked you why… Read more »

Returning To Your Office After the Covid-19 Lockdown

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Following the efficient and systematic rollout of vaccines across the USA, it is time for employees to address the elephant… Read more »

Ten Steps To Becoming A Top Billing Recruiter

  What does it mean to be a top billing recruiter? To be a top billing recruiter, I believe the… Read more »

The Power of Charisma

  Charismatic people close more deals and gain more respect. The word “charisma” comes from the ancient Greeks and means “divine… Read more »

Costly Assumptions

  When recruiters ask for help in closing more placements, I ask them to list the objections they are hearing that… Read more »

The Importance of Delegation

“If you want something done right, do it yourself.”….. Effective delegation is one of the most needed skills in running… Read more »

Case Study: Why Recruiter Training Is So Important

  I recently decided to do a survey among 25 of my candidates about their experience with recruiting agencies. Candidates… Read more »

It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It

  Your voice is a tool. A tool that can gain you business or lose you that next placement. In our… Read more »

Keeping Yourself Focused and On Target

After months of being furloughed, laid off or working part-time, it can be hard to stay focused on your long-term… Read more »

Effective Time Management for the Healthcare Recruiter

  As a recruiter, managing your time can feel like you’re a juggler in a circus with several balls in… Read more »