Archive for May, 2012
Posted on23. May, 2012 by Shirley Corsey.
A few weeks ago in my last post Location, Location, Location – A Traveling Healthcare IT Consultant’s Life from a Road’s View – I shared with my readers some of the tasks I had been completing for my current Electronic Medical Records (EMR) contract assignment. This work was in preparation of this heath-care facility’s scheduled EMR Implementation “Go-Live” (this is the […]
Posted on16. May, 2012 by Joe Lavelle.
We each have the decision at the start of every day about the attitude we are going to have when we greet those with whom we come in contact. And, you never know when you might have that one encounter that will change your life. So, I pose to you the same challenge that Anita Bruzzese took upon herself — say something nice every chance you get today.
Posted on11. May, 2012 by Cassie Sturdevant.
Hello from Chicago, IL dear readership! In a recent blog post on wastefulness, I told you all that I would be moving from Boise, ID to Chicago, IL for my job as a Recruiter with Impact Advisors. I’m pleased to announce that I made it safe and sound. However, like any journey or implementation for […]
Posted on09. May, 2012 by Joe Lavelle.
Remember that not showing up to work on time creates a bad impression and certainly will not help your career advancement. In fact, the article shares that one-third of hiring mangers have fired someone for being late. So, instead of crafting an excuse, just get to work on time… no excuses.
Posted on03. May, 2012 by Erin Kennedy.
Even if you have an excellent resume, it still may not be targeted to find the right kind of Healthcare IT work you’re looking for. What can you do to increase the number of responses you get from potential employers? Customization is Key! Blasting your resume out for every position you see won’t help you find […]