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Behavioral health professionals provide support to patients in distress. Holding jobs such as nurses, therapists, psychiatrists, and social workers, they help patients manage serious conditions, including depression, mental health, and addiction. These patients have bravely recognized the serious issues they face and are seeking treatment for them. Doing so can be very scary, intimidating and […]

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Managing a Millennial Workforce

Defined as those born between 1981 to 1996, millennials are expected to become the largest living adult population in 2019, according to the Pew Research Center.Consequently, your team likely includes at least a few of these young professionals. If you’ve grown used to managing a staff primarily composed of baby boomers or Gen Xers, you’ve […]

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As a manager, hiring is probably the most challenging aspect of your job. The success of your organization depends on the people you hire, so there’s a lot of pressure to get it right. When combined with all your other responsibilities, this can be overwhelming. Thankfully, you don’t have to bear the burden of hiring […]

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Getting to the top of your industry is hard work, but staying there is even more challenging. Your best and brightest employees are the ones driving the team to success, but if you’re unable to keep them onboard, you can’t expect to come out ahead of the competition. Every company experiences turnover to some degree, […]

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Why Should You Hire for Adaptability?

Adaptability is a major key to success on the job, because life is unpredictable. When something unexpected happens, you need a team of employees ready to spring into action. If your staffers are so set in their ways they’re unable — or unwilling — to pitch in where needed, your company is in trouble. Consequently, […]

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Boost Your Retention Rates

Every company has some degree of turnover, but if you receive resignation letters on a regular basis, this will take a toll. When an employee resigns, the entire team is impacted. Morale declines, because it’s hard for people to constantly see their peers leave, and even more stressful when they’re forced to take on additional […]

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Finding a great new behavioral health position can easily turn into a full-time job. Sorting through all the job postings out there to find one that matches your skills and interests is hard work. Not only that, competition for the best opportunities can be pretty tough, so you have to figure out how to stand […]

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Are Your Employees Happy?

If your employees seem discontent, irritable and genuinely unhappy at work more often than not, this as a sign for major concern. It’s easy to assume the mood will pass, and it might, but it could also get worse. Just 32 percent of U.S. employees are engaged at work, according to Gallup, as of Aug. […]

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What Are the Costs of Turnover?

Every company is impacted by turnover, but some are hit harder than others. More than just an inconvenience, losing staffers is expensive. The average cost-per-hire is $4,129, according to the 2016 Human Capital Benchmarking Report published by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The report also revealed the average annual turnover rate is 19 […]

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How Can You Improve Your Staffing Partnership?

Your staffing partner leads your company’s hiring activities, so having a tight bond is crucial. The closer your recruiter is to your organization, the better equipped they are to find the right person for every job on your team. Like any relationship, you need to put time and effort into your staffing partnership. Learn how […]

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