“I remember one nurse whose clothes were so tight, I felt like I was watching her slowly suffocate during the interview,” says one hospital HR recruiter.
“I had a gal come to an interview with an itty-bitty dog in her purse,” says another.
“Please don’t start off the interview with a litany of things you won’t do…such as work nights, touch poop or look at old people,” says one more.
A totally different senior RN tasked with hiring says “do we really have to say some of these things?”
According to anecdotal evidence, the answer to that question would seem to be “yes.”
Don’t be one of those anecdotes…
…And while you’re at it, take a look at some more common reasons that clinic or hospital may not have hired you as their next nurse: [click to continue…]
Interviewing for a position as a healthcare traveler may be a little different from other types of interviews. For instance, the interview is often conducted via the phone or some other form of technology, such as Skype videoconferencing. While this is convenient, it may be slightly harder to build a rapport with the person conducting the interview. It can also be hard to get your personality across. But is it still possible to ace an interview for the healthcare travel job you want. Consider some of the following tips. [click to continue…]