Why Should You Find a Job at a Top-Tier Hospital?

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Some jobs offer advantages over other jobs. Working at a top-tier hospital, for example, can afford employees amenities that may not be available elsewhere. These amenities can be incredible incentives for people who are looking for a surgical tech job or a new nursing position. Better pay This has universal appeal, so competition for jobs… Read more »

Why You Should Consider Relocation in Your Healthcare Career

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Relocation. For some people, the word itself can be unpleasant or even intimidate. For others, it may be enticing; it may make them think of new adventures, opportunities, and experiences. Relocation can offer several important things, and that’s why even people who are hesitant about it may want to at least consider it. A New… Read more »

How to Work with a Boss You Can’t Stand

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Work can be tough sometimes. In some cases, co-workers may be the problem. In other cases, the working conditions may be particularly challenging. In either of these situations, employees may talk with their boss to try to make things better. What can they do when the boss is the problem? Talk with the Boss When… Read more »

Become a Great Healthcare Leader Right Now

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  What does it take to be a great leader? It depends; answers may vary depending on the situation. When it comes to healthcare, there are several factors that contribute to great leadership. Focus on the Big Picture and Be Prepared for Change Each day in any organization includes countless details. This is true of… Read more »

Four Questions a Surgical Tech Gets in the Job Interview

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Job interviews can be stressful experiences. It can be very helpful to know what to expect ahead of time because the interviewee can think about answers. Surgical techs can think about the following questions and even use them for mock interviews to get more comfortable with the real thing. 1. How much experience do you… Read more »

Down to Your Last Nerve at Work? 4 Ways to Stop Going Home Annoyed

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Co-workers can be annoying. What’s the best way to deal with a co-worker when there’s a problem? Here are a few common situations and tips on how to address them. Annoying Behavior Sometimes, co-workers do annoying things. Some may be minor annoyances, but others may be a big deal. Either way, there are some strategies… Read more »

What Does a Surgical Tech Do on a Daily Basis?

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When a patient requires surgery or another type of procedure, each healthcare professional in the room fulfills an important role. Each person has specific duties to ensure that, as a team, they provide the patient with the best possible care. The surgical tech is an important member of that team. The basics A surgical technologist,… Read more »

Managing Employees with Foreign Accents

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In many healthcare situations, patients and their families are stressed, worried, scared, overwhelmed and uncertain. Situations can be complicated by delays, poor test results and insurance issues. What if the patient or family members have a difficult time understanding a healthcare provider’s accent? In addition to making a situation more complicated, it creates a potential… Read more »

Get Better at Networking by Not Focusing on Yourself

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The thing that often turns many people off from networking is how everyone who does it seems to be thinking only of themselves. It’s a belief that’s not exactly without merit. Many staffing services see it all the time: The ubiquitous networker who prowls events and conventions, handing out business cards to people they think… Read more »