One of the most important things you can do to prepare for an interview is practice, practice, practice. While you won’t know every question the interviewer will ask, you can be sure they will ask at least some of the most common interview questions. Practice answering these questions to better prepare for your upcoming… Read more »

  If you leave an interview without asking any questions, you can almost guarantee you won’t get the job. In fact, according to a survey by CareerBuilder, 32 percent of hiring managers said one of the most common mistakes job seekers make is not asking good questions in an interview. Asking questions at your interview… Read more »

  You did everything right. Earned a college degree in a high-demand tech field. Networked your way to a great job. Showed up at work on time and ready to deliver great results. But now, like so many others, your company is experiencing budget cuts…and you’re one of the unlucky ones. It’s a tough pill… Read more »

  President-elect Donald Trump released a brief, 310-word healthcare plan last week. In it, Trump outlined his plans for repealing Obamacare, vowing to deliver on one of his biggest campaign promises. Trump’s plan lays out seven actions he says Congress must take to reform healthcare: Repeal Obamacare, eliminating the individual mandate Allow the sale of… Read more »

  The purpose of a staffing plan is to ensure your company has sufficient staff with the right skills and experience to meet objectives. Sounds straightforward enough, right? But, as one of the leading Healthcare IT staffing and consulting firms, Morgan Hunter Healthcare knows that determining optimal staffing levels can be a challenging task, no matter what industry you’re in. Too many… Read more »

  You’ve found a great candidate, extended an offer, and trained and onboarded the new employee. Your work is done here, right? Not if you want your hiring processes to be as efficient and effective as possible. And the end of the year is an ideal time to take a look back and evaluate your 2016 hiring… Read more »

  Employers take notice: a new rule regulating overtime pay is about to take effect. Last May, the U.S. Department of Labor passed a new overtime law that changed which employees are exempt from overtime pay. Come December 1, the law will make an estimated 4.2 million exempt workers non-exempt. Currently, employees who make $455… Read more »

  Olathe Health System announced that it will integrate Cerner’s Millennium Revenue Cycle with its existing enterprise-wide Cerner system in an effort to streamline revenue cycle processes and improve the billing experience for patients. “Our goal is to bring our organization onto one platform to work toward becoming one of the most integrated and progressive… Read more »