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Photo credit   During the pandemic, there have been a lot of buzzwords to call some events or processes such as "The Great Resignation." Now this old school strategy for hiring has also been given a new nickname recently,  it is now called "Quiet Hiring." Quiet hiring is when companies fill in some positions by hiring existing employees who already have knowledge about the company’s vision, operations, processes and...
Photo credit   The U.S. economy has been challenged a lot last year due to inflation. Interest rates were raised several times within that year. Organizations are expected to be cautious in their spending but surprisingly there has been an increase in job hiring as of January this year. There are about 510,000 openings posted which is a 260,000 jump from last December. This brought the unemployment rate down to 3.4 percent, the...
Photo credit   As the end of 2022 draws near, healthcare work still needs more workers. With 4.3 million Registered Nurses in our country, there are still a lot of job openings needed to be filled out, especially if it includes other healthcare jobs. There are also a lot of issues that needs to be addressed such as: 1.       Building an adequate supply of nurses...
Photo credit   In the past years, many Americans have been experiencing hardships in healthcare. According to PhRMA's third Patient Experience Survey, healthcare availability is not the only hurdle that patients are experiencing. Patients also have crucial problems about the frustration and confusion on how to use their coverage. Administrative hurdles and other barriers that health insurers and Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBM)...
Photo credit   In the past, people used to go to the doctor for a check-up only if they felt sick. Nowadays, it is advised to have a regular routine check-up to keep our bodies healthy and prevent any possible sickness that may occur to us.  Because of the technology that we have today, there are tests that can determine possible sickness that may come with what the results may uncover. That is why most people today...