Archive for 'Interviews'
Posted on15. Mar, 2017 by John Lynn.
I always love a good story. In this case, it was an experience that was shared on LinkedIn about a candidate who showed up late to the interview. Here it is: Had an interviewee show up 30 minutes late for an interview today. He did not attempt to contact us to say he would be […]
Posted on25. Oct, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
Navigating today’s demanding and ever-changing job market in the healthcare industry is tough—no matter what age you are. If you’re 50 or over, however, learning the ropes can be even more of a challenge. It’s highly likely that it’s been years upon years since you last searched for a job in healthcare, and the market […]
Posted on07. Jun, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
When you are finished with your interview, it is not uncommon for the interviewer to ask you one final question, “Do you have any questions for me?” This is one of the most dreaded questions an applicant may be asked at the end of the interview. There is a war that goes on inside most […]
Posted on31. May, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
While a job interview can be scary, it doesn’t have to be hard to make a good impression. In fact, if you follow these 8 simple tips you will be able to make it through the interview without freaking out, impressing the employer, and be able to move forward with your job search process. Eye Contact: This is one […]
Posted on17. May, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
It’s funny that this still has to be pointed out to people, but it does. When you are interviewing for a job, you need to dress in a certain manner. Torn jeans, a dirty t-shirt, and uncombed hair will simply not cut it in the medical world. Neither do gauges, visible tattoos, or piercings. I’m not saying […]
Posted on05. May, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
The question, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” is considered to not only be one of the most hated and laziest questions asked during an interview, but also the most common. Because you are certain to be asked this question at least once during your job search process, it is a good idea […]
Posted on12. Apr, 2016 by Erin Kennedy.
People judge on appearances. It would be nice if they did not, but the reality is that they do. That’s why the way your resume looks on the page is an important factor of resume writing. You could have all the facts written accurately and still be rejected because the reader is looking for something you are blind […]
Posted on15. Dec, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Many people will be inclined to tell those who are pregnant to wait until after they have the baby before searching for a new healthcare IT job. This isn’t always possible due to financial circumstances. While it can be understandable that some employers are reluctant to hire someone who will likely be requesting maternity leave […]
Posted on10. Dec, 2015 by John Lynn.
There are a lot of hiring strategies out there. Although, one thing is absolutely clear in every company I’ve ever seen. Making sure you hire the right people for your organization is the single most important thing you can do to make your company successful. I came across a really simple quote for how to […]
Posted on19. Nov, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
If there was ever a time that people feel depressed about being unemployed, it’s in December. It’s tough to be out of work with the holidays looming and you find yourself short on cash. The good news is that this can be the best month to be hired for a new healthcare IT job. If […]
Posted on29. Sep, 2015 by Erin Kennedy.
Sometimes, all that is keeping you out of a c-level healthcare IT career is your online brand. Other times, it is your resume. Often, it is both! If it has been years since you tried to find another position, you need to understand that things have really changed. You may be great at the face-to-face […]