I recommend several steps in explaining a hiatus and a big absence from the HCIT workforce.
In a recent article I read in Money Magazine, more than 50 percent of today’s workforce would leave their current job if they had a chance to make more money. These figures should concern every CIO in every hospital or integrated delivery network in the country as the HCIT job market for technical talent is already very tight.
The five things not thought about in the interview process that could lose the job.
IT security professionals are in great demand thanks in part to ransomware and data breaches across the industry.
LinkedIn is the best tool you can possibly have in your arsenal besides your own personal networking when it comes to landing a new gig.
We always prepare candidates for their interviews with our client companies, just as most search firms do. I particularly enjoy prepping candidates and am a big believer in making sure a candidate delivers three to four messages during the course of the interview.
It’s crucial to understand your options when it comes to performance improvement plans.
The realities of the retirement metrics are finally …well, real. According to a recent article in USA Today approximately 58% of American workers 60 and older say they are currently delaying retirement, compared with a peak of 66% of people this age who were putting off retirement in 2010- after the Great Recession. Still, within four years, half say they'll be able to retire. That’s not that far away.
I arrived in Orlando on Monday to attend this years HIMSS conference with much anticipation - as I always do. I’ve been going to this conference for decades now (only missed one year) and really enjoy the environment and energy.
There comes a time in your career to reflect and realize how you got here. I’ve heard story after story about self-made women and men, and how they reached the pinnacle of success without help from anyone. They did it on their own. My hats off to those who can stake this claim – albeit there’s probably more to the story than meets the eye.