Young and Already Burned Out By Nursing – Part 1

Employees, managers, and researchers agree that the new, young nurse needs to be mindful of occupational stress. A feeling of being “completely” overwhelmed, constant tiredness, a lack of empathy, little to no patience, and a high level of anxiety — these represent the symptoms…

Work Smarter, Not Harder; Revenue Enhancement Strategies for Physicians

Physician practices continue to feel the pressure from increased regulation, increased overhead expenditures, and decreased reimbursement.  While physicians are used to the traditional fee-for-service models, payors continue to develop new models that incentivize efficiencies and quality of care.  To benefit from these new payment…

AOTA Moving to Exam-Based Certifications

Move expected late next year Beginning in late 2020, AOTA will move to exam-based advanced certifications to replace the current peer-reviewed reflective portfolio application process. The new certification program will begin with major areas currently part of the Board Certification program, to be followed…

Top Ways to Get Promoted at Work

How to make 2019 a turning point for your career Personal trainers, among other professionals, often discuss how January is their busiest time of year—dozens, even hundreds of potential clients attempting to arrange appointments in keeping with the spirit of their New Year’s resolutions…

How to Spot a Narcissist in the Workplace

Can a co-worker’s unhealthy perception of self affect your career? The origins of the Greek mythological figure Narcissus is the subject of some debate. The most commonly related version is that the young man attempted to quench his thirst at a pool, but upon…

Healthcare Careers 2018

  An ADVANCE and Elite CE Career Resource Guide Cover Story Untold Stories of the HR: Interview advice told through the horror stories of your peers and colleagues Features How to Obtain Personal & Professional Balance: Offering insight into a journey of separation 2018’s…

New Federal Overtime Regulations

In May, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued its final revisions to the federal overtime regulations. The final regulations significantly impact the common white collar exemptions from the federal overtime requirements, including those applicable to executive, administrative and professional employees. The DOL estimates…

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