Deepa Iyer If you have been noticing more events this month at Sodexo or around your community that celebrate the heritage and contributions of Asian Pacific Americans, it’s because May is Asian Pacific American Heritage month! In 1992, Congress passed a resolution marking May as a month to remember and honor the contributions and presence of Asian Pacific Americans in
Your Human Resources department is in a tough spot, no really, you may not think so, but they are. In addition to managing salary and benefits, doing all the hiring (and the occasional unfortunate termination), and administering performance reviews, they also have to play mediator. The HR department can be the mediator between employees, between a supervisor and a direct
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Advice from a Former Recruiter As a former Technical Recruiter, the most common question I was asked was, “Can you look at my resume?” which was always followed by a series of apologies. It was an easy request; considering that in an average day, I deconstructed and revamped countless resumes. Unless a resume was truly in need of
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We wanted to end Nurses Week on a birthday wish to the woman that founded what we now as modern nursing Florence Nightingale National Nurses Week is celebrated annually from May 6, also known as National Nurses Day, through May 12, her birthday. All week we’ve featured nurses from the military to case management to nurses
Join us as we celebrate our last nurse of the week for Nurses Week.
As 2014 approaches, thousands of lucrative temporary IT nursing job opportunities will be created across all nursing departments, including medical, surgical, intensive care, telemetry, oncology, maternity and pediatrics. If you want to cash in, start preparing today by achieving the proper certifications and training. The American Health Information Management Associations (AHIMA) website has detailed information on how
When business takes you abroad, research is imperative. Read up on dining etiquette, male-female interaction, proper titles and terms of address, and customary attire. No matter where you go, there’s no greater faux pas than being unprepared.
On May 1st, financial experts throughout the United States were once again encouraged by the BLS’ latest “Metropolitan Area Employment and Unemployment” report. According to the report, which focused specifically on data from March, national joblessness continued to decelerate, as unemployment was lower in 306 of the nation’s 372 metro areas in March 2013 than it was in
Frank Dana, RN Frank, a retired military nurse, began his Adecco Medical & Science career in 2005. Since then, he has managed flu clinics, led vaccination initiatives at hospitals and corporations, and served as a school nurse in several school districts. A registered nurse for more than 30 years, Frank has extensive experience in
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Author Bio: Brittney Wilson, RN, BSN, also known as The Nerdy Nurse, is a Clinical Informatics Specialist practicing in Georgia. In her day job, she gets to do what she loves everyday: combine technology and healthcare to improve patient outcomes. She can best be described as a patient, nurse, and technology Advocate and has a passion for using technology to