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Maybe your considering a new role in Nursing? Maybe your a new graduate with an MSN or BSN? Or maybe, your currently interviewing and want to know what "your worth" and what factors are at play when a hospital decides to make you an offer. In this monht's blog, we consider these factors and highlight the highest paying states and jobs in the Nursing field.
Outside of the typical "What are your strengths and weaknesses" types of questions, we wanted to share some common questions that nurse managers may get asked during their interviews. Give them some thought and rehearse (yes, out loud!) to nail your interview!
Before the COVID-19 outbreak, many roles were considered 100% essential on-site roles–the thought of working from home didn’t seem possible. But as people always do, we’ve learned to adapt and make it work.
You and your husband are all home together with the kids—how special to get some family time together! But wait, you both work full-time jobs, and you now find yourself without a sitter—how is this going to work?
If you find yourself wondering how a meeting can seem both endlessly long yet, also unproductive—or why you’re certain you hear Tiger King in someone’s background, it may be that your meeting invites are setting you up for failure. With so many calls and video chats, our meetings are different today than the time B.C. (Before Corona), and we need to make sure we’re set up for success.
It may take longer, but know that companies will and do want to hire. Whether you are just starting out, passively looking, or need to secure a position now, don’t stop looking, applying, and following up. The process and time frame will be different, so try not to go into your job search with the expectation that you will land a new position within two weeks.
As the world adapts to the novel COVID-19 virus, we believe that as your trusted healthcare recruiting firm, our highest priority should be the health and safety of our clients, healthcare partners, the patients they serve, and the community at large.
Our boutique contingency recruiting firm began last decade (okay, 2019), and since then, we’ve been busy helping clients find their next all-star healthcare leaders. We always hear that ARRA is different from other healthcare recruiters; just last week, Sarah Guenther was told that she is “the best recruiter I’ve ever worked with!” And we’re proud of what sets us apart.
While flex-scheduling has always been apart of Nurse Scheduling, the broader post-pandemic cultural relationship to "in office" work has prompted Nurse Managers and hospital leaders to rethink what exactly is a "Flexible Schedule" in order to retain and attract more nurses into their hospitals.