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Maybe It’s Not the Leads That Suck
By: Adam Gomez There are a few things we hear from recruiters who are struggling to grow their desks consistently. One of these is that the leads their company provides to them suck. Often, in coaching situations we must dig deeper. And when the topic of lead-quality...
Maintaining a Feeling of Control
By: Adam Gomez Travel nursing recruiters have it tough these days. The pandemic has led to rapid changes in the behaviors of their target demographic – nurses. Let’s face it. Nurses have a lot to be frustrated...
Never Been a Price That Can’t Be Beat
I have said this phrase over and over and over again in training, even before the pandemic. But it rings truer today than ever before. One of the most frequently asked questions we get from agencies and recruiters is...
Searching for Green Flags
As we train recruiters, we are always talking and teaching them about red flags. Looking out for those things in potential candidates that seem off. Some travel nurse candidates who may be very strong clinically could...
I Don’t Know Who Needs to Hear This, But Take the PTO
As a recruiter, the thought of taking more than a long weekend can be excruciating for most because we work REALLY hard to build a desk of honest, trustworthy, loyal, and hardworking healthcare professionals. We often allow our own self-talk to derail plans for R&R before they’ve ever been made.
Sometimes this job can get the best of us. Mmm, maybe more like at least once a week this job can get the best of us, right? Somehow, we get to this point where we feel like we’re going 100 miles per hour and the...
I Don’t Want to Scare You, But I Do: The Importance of Credentialing
Instead of being frustrated by the compliance and credentialing process, be proud of it. Know that you are making a difference by ensuring that every person you put to work meets a very high standard that ALL patients deserve when receiving care.