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I had an eye opening conversation with a SR VP hiring client who shared with me that she actually frowns upon the green “Open to Work” banner that LI offers to job applicants. She said… Read More »Does LinkedIn’s “Open to Work” banner work against Job Seekers?
Here’s how to land the job! After a first interview, it is considered protocol and good manners to write a thank you note after an interview with a prospective new employer. Your letter should be… Read More »How to Write a Thank You note After An Interview
1. If you are unemployed, begin with the attitude that you are “between jobs”. • Your attitude determines your altitude! • Your full time job should be looking for a full time job. • Begin… Read More »End of covid: The top 5 employment strategies that you need to know by Bernie Reifkind
Premier Search is an Assisted Living Staffing Agency. Contact Bernie Reifkind (firstname.lastname@example.org.) Are you an Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing organization in need of staff? We can fill the following types of positions: Executives –… Read More »Assisted Living Staffing Agency
When you google “healthcare recruiter” to compete successfully in the business world –in any industry–successful staffing/ recruitment and retention of senior talent is the ultimate goal of most progressive organizations. The costs associated with talent… Read More »Google Healthcare Recruiter
Sometimes our computers or smart phones get stuck. Ugh. When that happens, tech repair professionals will usually tell us to reboot our device and see if the problems disappear. So we shut down our device… Read More »Bernie Reifkind is the Managing Principal and Founder of Premier Search, Inc.
Here is why it is essential to use a Los Angeles healthcare recruiter to fill your critical job openings. Your company should use a healthcare recruiter because the best people aren’t necessarily looking for a… Read More »Los Angeles HEALTHCARE RECRUITER- Bernie Reifkind
As a Recruitment Executive I see resumes all day long (as you might imagine.) If someone does not have a BS/BA degree then for education I will often see things like Graduate of the Dale Carnegie course or Toastmasters, etc. It’s not the same.
In many cases, having a license to work in a specific field such as nursing or physical therapy looks great on a resume (without having a college degree) ; however having a license along with a college degree in most cases trumps the competition….on paper.
When an employer asks a candidate, “How much money will it take for you to accept this job?” or “What kind of money are you looking to earn?” this can be a very loaded question. Proceed with caution.