A company’s mission and values are many times what draw an employee, client, or consumer to them. I work in a small business that stands out because we try to live our Mission and Core Values every day. From the owners to every employee at Premier Medical Staffing Services, it is known that our Mission is as follows, “Everything we do, we believe will make a positive difference in those we serve.”
To uphold our Mission, we believe in these Core Values:
- Personal Attention
What is Credentialing in Healthcare Staffing?
Many people view credentialing as an extension of HR. For healthcare facilities, and in this case healthcare staffing agencies, credentialing is a crucial step. Healthcare professionals are required to have accurate and up-to-date credentials to prove not only their skills/ competency at their job, but also to comply with Federal regulations.
Emailing is one of the most universal ways of business communication today. Yet, are the emails we send effective? In my role as a Credentialer for a healthcare staffing firm, I utilize email to gain information needed for our candidate’s employment. This is something that needs to be done not only in a timely manner, but also accurately. How do you go about writing an effective business email?
Learning to write an email effectively gives and gets the information one is looking for is a skill that we all can use. Here are 4 tips that I advise using when emailing with your employer.
4 Things to consider before calling into work because you’re sick
There is a stigma attached to staying home sick from work that all employees are aware of. There is always a choice to be made. Should I call in sick? Can I just tough it out? Can I afford to call in? Will we be short staffed if I’m out? Healthcare Professionals struggle with these same questions that go along with deciding if you are too sick to go to work. Here are a few suggestions to consider when deciding if you are truly too sick to go to work.
Many companies have started using phone interviews as a way to pre-screen candidates to fill their job openings. As with any interview, it is extremely important to be prepared. Here are some tips to help you establish yourself as a desirable candidate, make a good impression, and ultimately get you an in-person interview.
Recruiting in the healthcare industry differs from recruiting in other fields. Healthcare employers are not only looking for how much experience you have, but also how passionate you are about your job.