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3 Ways to Prevent Employee Burnout

Have you been hearing grumbles on the unit lately? While a little whining and moaning is normal, excessive complaints could suggest that your employees are approaching the point of burnout. If the problem continues, even your best people could wind up leaving you . Here are three ways to prevent employee burnout among your staff.…

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How to Properly Follow Up After an Interview

If you’ve ever applied for a travel job, then you probably know that following up with your recruiter after the interview is a crucial step. However, many applicants don’t know exactly how to follow up without coming across as pushy or annoying. At Remede Consulting Group, we help candidates through every step of the job…

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Avoid Getting Endless Phone Calls for Assignments

It’s no secret that a career in travel nursing offers tons of great benefits. Along with having the opportunity to see the country and meet new and different people, you can learn from other nurses and medical professionals and use your talents to help patients in need. Despite the many benefits of travel nursing, there…

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Five Strategies to Effectively Handle Stress

It’s no secret that a career in nursing comes with significant stress. Not only are these professionals responsible for maintaining patients’ health and comfort, but limited budgets also mean that health facilities are frequently short staffed. As a nurse, learning to handle stress effectively is crucial to avoiding burnout and even preventing potential health issues…

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Does Your LinkedIn Profile Represent You Well

It’s no secret that social media is a great avenue for finding new positions and connecting with others in your industry. However, the growing popularity of sites like LinkedIn means that you have to work even harder to ensure your profile stands out in all the right ways. Here are some of Remede Consulting Group’s…

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Travel Nurse Blog: Part 2

On one of Dwayne’s many updates he provided Remede his bucket list of things to do in the beautiful state of Montana. Here is a snippet from a day in the life of our traveler: This was a text message so please forgive grammatical errors! “I always put forth a bucket list when I go……

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Travel Nurse Blog: Part 1

Travel nursing and allied healthcare staffing may not be for everyone, but after spending 15 minutes talking to Remede Traveler Dwayne, also known as Mr. Adventure, may make you feel that you’re missing a lot by not traveling. Dwayne is fortunate to be on assignment at the famous Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana. This clinic…

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