Archive for September, 2013

There’s A Right Way And Wrong Way To Quit – This Is Most Definitely The Wrong Way

There’s A Right Way And Wrong Way To Quit – This Is Most Definitely The Wrong Way

Posted on30. Sep, 2013 by .

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Have you seen the latest viral video entitled, “An Interpretive Dance For My Boss?”  A young woman who works for a media company decides to quit her position, and instead of giving notice and resigning in a professional fashion, she creates the following video (on company time): I hesitate to include the video and add […]

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Getting a Good Reference-Regardless of the Circumstances

Getting a Good Reference-Regardless of the Circumstances

Posted on20. Sep, 2013 by .

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Employee references can be the linchpin of a successful job search. If you nailed the resume, cover letter, phone interview and in-person interview, then it comes down to your references. There’s no worse feeling than worrying that your references are sub-par, average or even detrimental. When a person’s made it so far in the job […]

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HIT Certification Webinar Series Continues!

HIT Certification Webinar Series Continues!

Posted on13. Sep, 2013 by .

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This month, we’ve lined up a series of four 30-minute Webinars with 4Medapproved, each featuring an overview of one of their online HIT courses.  In case you’re not familiar with 4Med, their online curriculum is designed to meet the needs of busy professionals for education in Health IT, HIPAA compliance, Meaningful Use, EHR proficiency, and […]

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Own The Voice On Your Resume

Own The Voice On Your Resume

Posted on10. Sep, 2013 by .

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In order to make your resume stand out, you want to add some of your own voice to it. It makes it more interesting to potential employers. That’s not as difficult as it sounds. You essentially want to provide potential interviewers with a glimpse into your being through your work history, education, awards and accomplishments, […]

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How To Have A Smooth Transition From One Contract To The Next

How To Have A Smooth Transition From One Contract To The Next

Posted on09. Sep, 2013 by .

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As a contract consultant, every six to twelve months on average you are going to have to transition off one contract and start another.  From time to time this can be difficult to manage.  The challenge at times is when you have 30 days left on your current contract and a new 1 year contract […]

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