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I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me…Handling a Micromanaging Boss

In an article originally published on fins.com, Kelly Eggers found some interesting (but maybe not surprising) statistics: 68% of respondents in an informal survey stated they would turn down a dream job if it meant working for a micromanager. Almost 80% of 200 respondents reported being micromanaged at some point in their work history in […]

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Collaborate for Greater Success

“Collaboration Is a Team Sport, and You Need to Warm Up” As discussed by Adam Richardson in the Harvard Business Review, collaboration is a vital factor for a successful workplace, but also something that must grow over time.  It is necessary to lay the groundwork for your team to collaborate and then respect the process […]

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Good vs. Great – Which Recruiter Are You?

Tips from ERE.net and Kevin Wheeler on Recruiters Going from Good to Great! by Kevin Wheeler, excerpted from ERE.net Now that the economy is improving a bit, we recruiters can strengthen our core competencies by honing the skills that set us apart. Here are a few fundamentals that great recruiters focus on: Trait 1: Great […]

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Building a Bridge – The Transition from Clinical to Health IT

It’s a long way from the patient’s room to the IT department at most hospitals, but a growing number of nurses are making the trek. “I’m a bridge-builder between IT and the clinical area,” Jacque Dailey, RN and CIO for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. “I come in understanding [clinical] workflow and the importance of improving […]

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Cool Article on SEO For TALENT EXPLORING NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

http://www.channelinsider.com/c/a/Careers/17-Tips-for-Using-SEO-and-Social-Media-to-Get-the-IT-Job-You-Want-615258/

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