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June 24, 2021 | Career Center
How to Prepare for Your Annual Performance Evaluation

Performance evaluation is your best chance to get a promotion or appraisal. If you worked hard throughout the year, you now have to prove how well you are performing. You do not want to make mistakes while the evaluation team goes through your performance. Many people experience anxiety and stress before the evaluation. However, you should not feel down. Instead,…

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How to Prepare for Your Annual Performance Evaluation
June 5, 2021 | Career Center
How to Achieve a Promotion

It’s normal for an employee to desire a promotion. After all, it enhances the resume, salary package, and skillset. But how to get one? When seeking a promotion, you need to challenge your limits. This means going beyond your average performance, so your superiors think you’re the right fit for a promotion. Remember, climbing a mountain requires more effort as…

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How to Achieve a Promotion
May 24, 2021 | Career Center
Is Multitasking in the Workplace Productive?

Multitasking is an ability that enables you to perform more than one task at the same time. The term has gained a lot of scrutiny from all schools of thought, making it the subject of a fiery debate. Let's look at some dominating views on the benefits and limitations of multitasking. Benefits Experts are saying that multitasking is the need…

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Is Multitasking in the Workplace Productive?
April 15, 2021 | Career Center
Leadership Skills for Nurses

Health care providers are dependent on nurse leaders to guide internees and new nursing staff. Most healthcare institutions don’t understand the importance of developing nurse leadership and training nurse leaders. It is important that new nurses stepping in must be well-versed in different procedures and guidelines. Eventually, they will have to train upcoming nurses as well. Emotional Intelligence Understanding the…

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Leadership Skills for Nurses
April 15, 2021 | Career Center
Job Change or Career Change: How to Decide

After spending some time in a working space, people may feel as if they need to change their job to change the environment. On the other hand, some may feel like they need to change their careers entirely by transitioning to a new field. But how does one determine if they simply need to switch jobs or work in an…

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March 16, 2021 | Clinical Resources
Mistakes You Should Avoid During an Interview

Suppose that after applying at various job interviews, a company finally shortlists you for an interview. This means your resume was impressive enough for the HR department to invite you for an interview. Now, it’s all up to you to impress them. Your interview is the make it or break it situation. Don’t think that you might fail to land…

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Mistakes You Should Avoid During an Interview
March 5, 2021 | Clinical Resources
Managing Multiple Priorities in the Workplace

An individual in a professional setting is aware of how it feels to deal with multiple things at once. The general approach is to complete the task on a priority basis until we realize that everything on the plate holds equal importance. And that it is not possible to do everything at once. While it is natural to find multiple…

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Managing Multiple Priorities in the Workplace
October 30, 2020 | Clinical Resources HR and Management
Candidate Testing

Companies commonly use testing to assess the potentials of candidates during the selection process. These tests include testing the cognitive abilities, skills and capabilities, personalities, background and a lot more aspects related to candidates. This category of testing can be used by employers under the condition that it is not discriminatory in any way. In many companies in today’s age,…

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Candidate Testing
October 1, 2020 | Career Center
Behavioral Interviewing

Behavioral interviewing is generally very different from traditional interviews that focus more on straightforward answers. Behavioral interview probes how the interviewee behaved in certain employed based situations. The purpose is to determine what your future behavior pattern will be based on your past in terms of employment. The rule is simple; past performances forecast your future performances. The questions in…

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