Getting Rid of the Winter Blues at Work

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It’s mid-January. The weather is wet and cold. The days are shorter. It’s cold and flu. Employers and employees both find themselves struggling to stay productive through this dreary time of year. After the rush and business of holiday celebrations, it is not uncommon to acutely feel the winter blues or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)…. Read more »

Engaging Millennials: Fostering Connections

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Over the last week, Simon Sinek’s video on Millennials in the workplace has been making the rounds on social media. Why is the argument Sinek makes about Millennials important to employers? According to Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data, “More than one-in-three American workers today are Millennials (adults ages 18 to 34… Read more »

HR INSIGHTS: Finding (and Keeping) Hidden Leaders in Your Company

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Staffing is a perennial concern for every organization. Recruiters are always on the lookout for new talent to bring on board, and managers are always eager to make the best use of the talent already in the company. Each issue of ExecuTeam HR Insights contains valuable information that can help companies make the staffing decisions… Read more »

Holiday Office Celebration Options: Why Choosing Wisely Matters to Your Team’s Morale

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Last week’s blog covered Holiday Office Celebration Etiquette. This week, we would like to address the different types of Holiday Celebrations your office can throw for your team. Throwing an office party at the end of the year is a great bonding and team building opportunity. But the wrong type of holiday festivities can end… Read more »

HR INSIGHTS: Do Generational Differences Matter?

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  “Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.” — Alan Cohen In a perfect world, managers and employees have frictionless relationships with each other, colleagues always get along well, and every hire a company makes turns out to be a smashing success for everyone involved. We don’t live… Read more »

Team Dynamics: Vital to Your Company’s Success

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Last week’s blog provided alternatives for the traditional celebratory cake in the hopes of creating an environment of inclusion in the office. By being open to small changes, such as doing office celebrations a bit different, managers can encourage a feeling of community and belonging among the staff. Selecting different food items when celebrating can… Read more »

Inclusive Office Celebrations: Our Team Offers Their Favorite Non-traditional Treats

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At Team1Medical Staffing, our team members are really good at their jobs, and they really enjoy being a team! Staffing is our business so having excellent team dynamics internally is incredibly important to us. One way our management fosters that team spirit is to make sure the whole team feels invited and included in our… Read more »

Tips to Manage Your Medical Staff’s Stress

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While our recruiters here at Team1Medical see a number of candidates who excel at handling stressful situations, our recruiters also come in contact with candidates who are seeking new opportunities in less stressful work environments. Recognizing the level of stress in your office environment and lower that stress can lead to higher staff retention and… Read more »

Why Great Staff Leave: Why Can’t You Keep Your Top Medical Talent

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Hiring can seem like an endless cycle. You put a great deal of time and energy into adding new people to the team, and it’s frustrating when they leave unexpectedly and you must begin again. But is it possible you are making errors that drive your best people away without even realizing it? Here are… Read more »

Is Your Medical Facility Understaffed? Here’s How to Tell (and What to Do)

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It’s never easy figuring out if you have the right number of staff to handle all of the patients in your medical practice. There are many different factors that can determine the number of staff that you need. As a rule of thumb, when things get busy, medical practices tend to hire more people, and… Read more »