Your attitude plays a big part when going on a job interview
Georgia Institute of Technology found job seekers have more success if they are optimistic, confident and extroverted. “At AHS RenalStat, we coach our candidates before an interview. We want to make sure we help them every step of the way to find that “perfect fit” and then it’s a win-win for both the candidate and the client,” said Brett Burleson, VP at AHS RenalStat.
So what makes a client or HR Director remember you at the end of the day? Employers tell us it’s attitude. Someone who is positive and upbeat even when times are bad. The last thing a potential client wants to hear is how bad your last employer was. Or how you dislike doing certain things or working with certain people. They want to hear that you are ready, willing, and available to do whatever is needed. Remember, in most companies you are part of a “team” of employees. So they are looking for team players.
Most employers are looking for confident and positive candidates to hire. If you are not presenting yourself this way – you will most likely not get hired. That is why it is good to work with a staffing agency. A Dialysis Staffing Agency will work on your behalf and be able to coach you through the interview process. They will also help negotiate salary and/or a benefits package for permanent positions, and possible housing and expenses on a travel assignment.
And with the dialysis industry’s expected growth due to increases in end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients, diabetes, obesity, and hypertension and the aging population, demand for dialysis nurses and technicians will continue to grow as well.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there is an expected 22 percent increase in nurse employment over the 2008 to 2018 decade. This rate of employment will be significantly faster than the national average for all occupations. The demand for employment will be related to the rise in the elderly population, the widening of healthcare services, and advancements in medical healthcare technology. These factors will contribute to creating a favorable job market for qualified dialysis professionals.
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