Job Seekers Resources
An interview gives you the chance to showcase your abilities and qualifications. At GHR once you get the interview, we don’t throw you to the wolves. Your GHR Staffing Specialist will guide you through the entire process from the first interview to accepting your offer. Below are some additional resources that will help you land that job!
Interview Tips for Healthcare Professionals
Congratulations you’ve landing a job interview! Now it’s time to impress your interviewer and seal the deal. So, what’s the best way to prepare yourself? At GHResources, our Direct Placement Specialist will help you set you up for a successful interview by providing you with information about the company and the position you are interviewing for. We’ve put together interview tips for healthcare professional to help make your job interview less stressful. Investing a little time prior to your interview will always pay off in the end.
Questions To Ask the Interviewer
- What are three things you want me to accomplish in this position?
- What would be my first major project?
- What are the goals of the department and how can I help to achieve them?
- How can I make an immediate impact in this department?
- What critical areas are you addressing currently, and how can I help you?
- What additional responsibilities will I receive after my first year?
- Do I have the necessary technical skills needed for this position?
- I am very interested in this position; may I have the job?
How to Handle Counter Offers
Article courtesy of Jamie Fabian at Jamie@jobcircle.com
While counter-offers may be an ego boost, they are almost always counterproductive for your career. We’re not talking about counter offers in terms of a salary negotiation. We mean the counter-offer your current company may offer you to entice you to stay after you announce your resignation. While it may look like you’re in the driver seat when a counter-offer is on the table, you’re not. You just think you are. In fact, the reason why your company may have offered you a counter-offer is so they that- rather than you- are in control of the timetable for the transition. How should you professionally handle a counter offer when resigning from a company? Check out our PDF for more information on how to handle counter offers.
Tips for Being a Good Leader in the Workplace
Being a great leader in the workplace place isn’t easy, great leadership skills develop over time through training and experience. In order to become a leader who is respected by their employee requires dedication, hardwork and well-developed communication skills. It’s important that good leaders are also good role models and knowledgeable in their field.
Contact our staff today to find a job that matches your needs, skills, schedules and career goals. To get started, apply now or contact one of our experienced Staffing Specialists at (800) 879-4471.