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What Healthcare Employers Should Know About the New Overtime Rule

Bryan Barajas | Marketing Director | Jul.27.2016

What Healthcare Employers Should Know About the New Overtime Rule

The Department of Labor has finalized the rule for the salary threshold that determines whether an employee is exempt from overtime rules. On December 1, that amount will increase for most positions to $47,476 a year, and will be subject to automatic... Read More +

What Can Healthcare HR Learn from Pokémon GO?

Antique Nguyen | Marketing Specialist | Jul.26.2016

What Can Healthcare HR Learn from Pokémon GO?

If you’ve noticed people walking around your neighborhood or local coffee shop staring fanatically at their smartphones, don’t be alarmed—they’re probably just hunting Pokémon, fictional characters from Nintendo’s... Read More +

National Investigation Exposes America’s Doctor Sexual Misconduct Problem

Bryan Barajas | Marketing Director | Jul.20.2016

National Investigation Exposes America’s Doctor Sexual Misconduct Problem

Earlier this month, a nationwide investigation by a Georgia newspaper uncovered a serious problem that the healthcare industry is facing with disciplining doctors. Doctors are a unique case when it comes to enforcement. The nation has a shortage of... Read More +

Top 5 Takeaways from the 2016 NAHCR IMAGE Conference

Bryan Barajas | Marketing Director | Jul.19.2016

Top 5 Takeaways from the 2016 NAHCR IMAGE Conference

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the 42nd National Association for Health Care Recruitment (NAHCR) IMAGE Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2016, more than ever, it is evident that healthcare recruiters need to integrate new technology and social... Read More +

Colorado's Employment Verification Law Repealed: Now What?

Bryan Barajas | Marketing Director | Jul.13.2016

Colorado's Employment Verification Law Repealed: Now What?

On August 10, 2016, Colorado employers will no longer have to complete the state's affirmation form to verify that new hires can work in the United States. Public and private employers will also no longer need to collect and retain supporting documents... Read More +


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