Best Practices for Time Management

Do you struggle with time management?  To excel in time management, it’s all about balance and action: making plans, creating lists, setting goals, and most importantly, prioritizing.  Why should you have to bring home unfinished work at the end of the day or...

Bringing in a New Career

The end of a calendar year can be joyous and nerve racking all in the same instance. Depending on your outlook, you can be gearing up for a strong year-end close, wrapping up last minute projects, or you can be anxiously awaiting a clean slate just around the corner....

Professional Gratitude for a Job of “Helping”

A reoccurring theme that can be found among our clients and staff is that of ‘helper’. The definition of helper according to Dictonary.com is “noun: a person or thing that helps or gives assistance, support, etc.” As a Philadelphia based healthcare staffing company,...

Knowing CPR in a Pinch

On Tuesday, 11/28/2017 at 7:30 am I was sitting on the Fox Chase train which was ready to leave for Center City. I heard the train Conductor in a panicked voice ask, “Is anyone on the train a nurse or doctor, we need help with an emergency.” I followed the conductor...

The Impact of Bullying on Children and Adults

“Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death amongst young people,” according to the CDC, which is an alarming statistic. The harsh reality is, bullying does not discriminate or have limitations.  While most of us think bullying is limited to children, teens &...

INTERVIEWING TIPS: KNOW THE QUESTIONS

Before you interview for a mental health position, learn as much about it and the employer as possible. If you found the position through a recruiter, he or she should be able to provide that information for you. If not, conduct research on the internet, visit the...

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