It’s Time For A Mid-Year Diagnostics Assessment of Your Recruiting Activities

Top Recruiting Metrics That Every Manager Should Have On Their Dashboard

You’ve just entered the back half of the year, and whether it’s 2019 or 2030, it’s still time for a mid-year review of your recruiting metrics and how your team has fared since the beginning of the year.

Previously, our team created a list of the top hiring metrics that every manager should have on their dashboard. You can see that information here. While we review these metrics constantly, we take extra time to review them at the end of June to ensure we are providing the highest level of service to our clients possible. We look for trends that could mean changes in the market, we look for best practices some recruiters are using and implement them company wide, and we look for gaps in our training that have to be fixed in order to reach our goals for the year.

This is not only a recruiting exercise. This is something that can and should be done in every sales environment across every product or se

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7 Ways of Breaking Out with Boldness | CERCA Talent

It is to Be Bold.

We began this agency to help the best companies in the diagnostics industry dramatically accelerate their results. To do that, everyday, we recall the critical importance of boldness, courage and audacity.

When you consistently demonstrate bold and courageous behavior and deliver quality results with speed, you quickly begin to outperform those who do not. Boldness is a highly effective asset for achieving anything.

So, what do we mean by boldness? Boldness is the act of responding to a situation in a manner that may be viewed as daring to some yet truly is essential to most effectively address the issue at hand. To reach the upper echelons, you must reject there is any value in playing small, you must thrive under pressure, and you must dare to take big risks and create the actions others are just too afraid to attempt.

Boldness is a rare approach to any given situation that requires great situational awareness, courage and craftiness. It means having the ch

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The Decision to Exceed Expectations | CERCA Talent+

Continuing with the week’s theme of being a professional, consider what it takes to be a dominant force in any endeavor.

As we watch or play sports, we all know there are victories, and then there are V I C T O R I E S. Being a football fan, last year’s NCAA season gave us some incredible wins: like West Point barely falling to Number five Oklahoma in OT, Stanford’s OT win against Oregon, or LSU’s 7OT Record-setting loss to A&M. The close ones that excite and surprise us are worth the price of admission. Then there is utter domination – Florida chomping UT with the most points they’ve ever scored at Neyland and Clemson’s record-setting romping of Bama to close the FBS season. We always want the latter for our team.

We will talk about those wonderfully exciting, record breaking wins for years to come. Yet, no matter what sport you follow, you will also always remember the many times a hyped performance does not meet expectations. Super Bowls are often not so super.

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Voices: Living with Schizophrenia

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MICHELLE HAMMER: Hi. I’m Michele Hammer and I have schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a mental illness that changes the way you think, feel, and act. It’s broken down into three separate categories, positive, negative, and cognitive. Positive symptoms don’t mean they’re a good thing. It’s an add-on to your normal behavior, things like hallucinations, delusions, and voices. SPEAKER 1: You know, I had so many ghosts and shadows inside of my mind. SPEAKER 2: A demon was perching on the end of my bed. MICHELLE HAMMER: Negative symptoms take away from your behavior. SPEAKER 3: I showed no emotion and I was just totally out of it. MICHELLE HAMMER: Cognitive symptoms make it hard to pay attention and hard to focus. SPEAKER 4: Your brain is just racing. It can’t stop. SPEAKER 5: The pathology of these illnesses has only become recently understood. MICHELLE HAMMER: Schizophrenia’s different for everyone. My symptoms aren’t like everybody else’s. My first symptom of schizophrenia was pretty much just zoning out, thinking I was in a different place.

Then, it turned into kind of voices in my head. They just plagued me over and over again. I thought my mother was trying to hurt me. I didn’t know what to do about anything, because I thought everyone had it out for me. So I didn’t know who to go to for help. Sometimes I kind of hear a voice more coming from the right side of my head saying, like– Everyone hates you. Stop what you’re doing. Don’t do anything. Nothing. While there’s kind of like the other side of me that’s kind of arguing back with the voice. Don’t worry about anything. Chill. Just chill. Breathe. Chill. Just chill. You can get through it. And it’s kind of just like the thing is who’s gonna win, who’s gonna win, who’s gonna win.

When I take my medicine, the good side wins. I mean, living in the city and having schizophrenia is interesting, just because I do hear voices as I’m walking down the street. So in my head I’m thinking of the person talking to me. But then, I start talking back to the person. And then, maybe I’ll snap out of it, look around, and like five people are staring at me. But mostly I kind of just get plagued by thoughts that are just so repetitive in my head and they just go around over and over and over again, when really you just want them to be nice and quiet and silent.

All through high school, I had this really crazy paranoid delusion that my mother was trying to kill me. Every time she went to try to get me to a therapist or anything, because she knew something wasn’t right, I always thought she was trying to ruin my life. So when I went to college, I thought I was free of her. And everything was great. And then, all of a sudden, my best friend, my roommate, I started thinking the exact same things about her. So realizing that I had the problem was, like, the start of the entire thing. And that was the hardest thing to do, I think, realizing there was a problem.

At 18, I was told I was bipolar. But I kind of knew that diagnosis was incorrect. So at 22, I spoke to a different doctor. And I was more honest with him and he diagnosed me with schizophrenia. And that was like the best thing that ever happened to me, because he got me on the right medication and I feel as good as I can possibly feel right now. SPEAKER 2: I finally told a therapist about what was going on with me. I had all these problems and I finally had a name for them. SPEAKER 6: Over time, we’ve realized that mental illness is nothing more than physical illness.

Talk to as many people as you can. Don’t be ashamed. Don’t be judgmental. MICHELLE HAMMER: I see a psychiatrist every other week. And we just kind of talk about things that are going on. Mostly I just share really silly stories with him and we just laugh a lot, when really he’s measuring just my mood. That’s what I know that he’s doing.

For my medication, I take seven daily medications, six in the morning and one at night. The ones in the morning just get me ready for the day, get me focused, make it so I can get out of bed without having a horrible day. And the one at night just keeps me kind of level, knocks me out, and let me have a good sleep without completely panicking in the middle of the night. SPEAKER 2: It can be very lonely having schizophrenia, the paranoia, the fear, the voices, everything that goes along with it. SPEAKER 5: The compliance with medications is gonna ultimately lead to a recovery and your son or daughter can not only be OK, but they can be great again.

MICHELLE HAMMER: It took a process of almost 10 years to get me on the right medication. But I’m glad that I finally am. People think that just because you’re on medicine that the voices will completely stop. But you just can’t stop the voices. With medication, it’s more positive listening. It’s more just zoning out. As long as I’m not thinking of negative, horrible things. SPEAKER 7: My soul was leaking out of my body. SPEAKER 1: I just saw a human being, empty. MICHELLE HAMMER: I’m good. So you can’t turn the voices off. You can just make them to what you prefer to hear. SPEAKER 1: Be conscious of something that will take your attention from that negative situation into a positive one. And you know, it takes a lot of discipline, but little by little, it becomes a habit. MICHELLE HAMMER: One in five New Yorkers has a mental health issue, but people don’t talk about it, because of all the stigma.

SPEAKER 3: There is still a lot of stigma, but people are starting to understand it a little bit better. MICHELLE HAMMER: Kind of like a big reason why I started my clothing line was that I was on the subway and I looked down the subway train and there was a homeless schizophrenic guy just talking to himself. And I noticed it was the same exact mannerisms as I do it.

So I kind thought to myself, what’s the difference between me and this guy. And I realized if I didn’t have my friends, my family, my doctor I could so easily be in his position. Part of the reason I started my whole business was to just tell everybody that I have schizophrenia. Showing people you can live a completely normal life, medicated, and be a completely normal person. And my whole thing is, if everyone would just kind of tell people that they have a mental illness, there wouldn’t be so much a stigma. There really shouldn’t be any stigma. That needs to go away. Mental illness is so common. How can there be so much stigma? So I kind of wanted to do something that could raise awareness, give back to the mentally ill, homeless community, and just kind of make a difference. Hi. How are you guys doing? Schizophrenic NYC was all made by me, schizophrenic New Yorker, trying to change the way New York City sees mental health, especially the mentally ill homeless. Donate a portion of the profits to help them out.

Yeah. I just pack up my bag. I wheel it over to my shop every Saturday. And I just sell my merch. And I talk to amazing people. Yesterday, I met two people that work in a psych ward. We had the greatest conversation about psych wards. They totally bought something from me and they took my card and they’re like, we love what you’re doing. This is so great. Mental health professionals love what I’m doing.

They always think it’s great. I’ve gotten negative reactions. Like one lady came up to my booth last year and says, I can’t believe you would name a business this. This is offensive and I’m a mental health advocate and this is offensive. And she took my flyer and ran away. And I was like, can I tell you about it. I’m a mental health advocate too. And she just ran away. And I was like, isn’t that stigma? Aren’t you judging me before I even tell you about it? Stigma right there. This shirt’s pretty awesome. It’s not a delusion. You are incredible. Some common questions that I get is what medications are you on. Mostly by people in the mental health field.

They want to know. Other common questions are like how to handle somebody in a crisis. I mean, definitely never tell them that they’re wrong. Don’t try to take away their feelings. You always have to be sympathetic. I would try to convince them that they should seek professional help. Find a good doctor. Find the meds that work. If you try hard enough and you really want to fix it, you can. Don’t take your medication, feel better, and then think you don’t need your medication anymore. It took a lot of pride that I had to say, I need medication and I’m just gonna take it. SPEAKER 2: My advice to someone who’s going through it is be honest. If you keep telling people you’re fine, they’ll believe it. SPEAKER 1: I believe there is a component beyond medical treatment that it has to be with education and creating positive voices that can influence and override the negative ones. SPEAKER 8: Just because they have schizophrenia, doesn’t mean that they can’t be someone who will contribute to society, who can make the world a better place.

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The best physiotherapy in Cocrane

For all your Cochrane physiotherapy needs, Sunshine Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation is a highly specialized group of professionals. We are a team of highly qualified physiotherapists with extensive post graduate education that allows us to best deliver our physiotherapy and rehabilitation assessments / programs in 45 minute appointments. We are committed and proud to provide the highest quality physiotherapy, acupuncture, C.Gunn IMS and sports rehabilitation services. We also offer massage therapy. We would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you at our clinic where we can share more about our professional health services.

The best physiotherapy in Cocrane

 

B.Sc.PT, B.Sc.P.E., M.C.P.A., Clinic Owner, Physical Therapist, Diploma in Sport Physical Therapy, Kinesiologist, Massage Therapist, Post Graduate Certificates in Orthopedics, Medical Acupuncture, GUNN IMS, Women’s Health, Core Teacher, International Federation of Sport Physical Therapy

Denise knew she wanted to be a physiotherapist since high school. She has been passionate about her career ever since.

She believes that the patient is best served through collaboration with sports medicine doctors, orthopedic surgeons, family doctors and other allied health providers.

She obtained her combined physical therapy/physical education degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in 1996/1997. Denise worked in Saskatoon and then in Calgary at the Lindsay Park/Talisman Centre where she treated recreational athletes, National athletes and Pro athletes. At Sunshine Physio she continues to treat this array of athletes.

Denise has also worked in the school setting with children with disabilities and paediatrics offering early intervention and treatment. She no longer goes into the school setting, however routinely treats babies for tortocollis (head shape deformities) and paediatric neuromuscular issues.

The majority of her early career was in the sports setting. This included working with local, National and International teams. The highlight of those experiences was traveling as the team physio for the Canadian Men’s Rugby Team to Ireland.

Denise has taken her levels and competency exams in Orthopaedics. She has passed the oral and written component of the Manual and Manipulative therapy (Part A) from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy.

Denise has been involved in pursuing a level of excellence for her dear patients. In 1996, she obtained her Advanced Massage Therapy, in 1997 achieved her Personal Fitness and Lifestyle consultant, and in 2010 received her Diploma in Sports Physical Therapy. The diploma in sport medicine is the highest level awarded. This takes years of studying, course work and hands on work. She obtained perfect marks: presently there are a little over 100 physiotherapists across Canada with this level of distinction. She maintains this distinguished designation with continued required course and field work.

Denise suffered from a persistent, nagging pain for a couple of years in her right ovary. She found tremendous relief from Traditional Chinese Medicine, so in 2000 went to the University of Alberta to receive that designation from the renowned Dr. Steven Aung. In 2007 she took further courses in the use of acupuncture needles and obtained GUNN IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation).

After the birth of two large babies (10 pounds each), Denise took a variety of courses in women’s health to treat pelvic floor weakness, incontinence and pain (2004 – 2014). She has taken numerous courses to help females stay active and prevent pelvic floor issues such as incontinence and prolapses. She has expanded that knowledge to help men as well who have issues with prostate cancer and pelvic floor pain (2014).

In 2010 Denise was in a massive head on collision on the highway where she suffered numerous injuries, including fracturing (breaking) her back, foot, numerous torn ligaments, and suffering a serious concussion. She loves treating chronic pain of the spine. She has successfully returned to an active lifestyle through excellent physio, sports medicine and yoga. She loves working with a multidisciplinary team like she had, to provide an appropriate solution to ongoing musculoskeletal problems, which may involve providing referral for prolotherapy evaluation/treatment, or interventional radiology procedures; as well as providing physiotherapy management before, during and after such procedures. As well, she firmly believes in an active home exercise program or coming to her numerous classes that she offers if more guidance is needed or to ensure doing the exercises in a safe manner.

She has developed a personal interest in treatment of concussions and has taken numerous courses in the evaluation and treatment of concussions over her entire career. As research and treatment has changed dramatically over the course of her career, she continues to take courses to stay on the leading edge of what is new to help her dear patients.

She shares her passion for physio, sports medicine, energy medicine and yoga at the clinic and through the numerous classes she offers. The Core Yoga classes are designed to bridge the gap between physio treatments and to return to an active, pain free lifestyle. She has been teaching classes on and off for over 30 years, changing and enhancing them as she develops as a student and teacher. See her yoga bio and class info for more information.

 

Celia Gjosund

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Dip, P.T., M.C.P.A.

Celia loves all sports, she is a former field hockey, tennis and squash player and now is an avid golfer. She trained in England, and all her post-graduate work has been completed in Canada including: manual therapy, medical acupuncture, orthopedics, muscle energy and C. Gunn IMS.

​She worked in Fort McMurray for 20 years dealing with sports and industrial injuries helping clients to return to their activities.

Celia is a licensed teacher of the GLA:D program – an evidence based 8 week education and supervised exercise program developed in Denmark to treat hip and knee osteoarthritis – which she plans to run beginning in March 2018.

She enjoys treating old and young patients with concussion after a sports accident or a motor car accident, giving a varied exercise involving eye, concentration and movement. She has also done training in Vestibular and dizziness symptoms – these symptoms can be helped to enable you to return to the quality of life you deserve.

Linda Belanger

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MCISc, BScPT, GUNN IMS, FCAMPT, IOC Sport Diploma

Linda is originally from Montreal, where she graduated from Physiotherapy at McGill University in 2004. She was first exposed to this profession as a competitive gymnast. Her love for sports and helping others is what inspired her to become a physiotherapist. Since 2004, she has worked both in public and private practice, in Québec as well as in the Canadian Arctic, BC and now Alberta.

Linda is always looking for new challenges and continually takes different training opportunities in order to improve her skills and deliver a better level of care to her patients. In recent years, she completed a fellowship in manual therapy (FCAMPT) and did her Gunn IMS certification, as well as a kinesiotaping course. She has also attended diverse specialty trainings, such as one on the shoulder, the cervical spine and on the prevention of running injuries.

She enjoys working with all kinds of conditions, from acute to chronic, and has a special interest for shoulder, low back and pelvis problems, as well as sport related issues. When she is not working, she loves the outdoors and can be found on her mountain bike, training for triathlons or on the slopes snowboarding or patrolling as a volunteer.

 

Chelsey Hulowski

The best physiotherapy in Cocrane Chelsey graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 2007 with her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy with distinction. Before joining the Sunshine team she worked in a variety of private practice physiotherapy clinics in Ontario, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Calgary.

Always eager to learn and expand her skill set to better help her patients, Chelsey has completed several post-graduate manual therapy courses, a kinesiotaping course, and is certified in medical acupuncture (CAFCI) and intramuscular stimulation (Gunn IMS). She has also completed training in vestibular physiotherapy to treat dizziness and vertigo, as well as pelvic floor physiotherapy to treat urinary incontinence in women.

She enjoys working with a variety of patient populations and conditions, and believes in working with her patients to come up with a treatment plan to meet their specific needs and goals, whether it be running a marathon or walking a block pain-free. Chelsey believes in taking a well-rounded approach towards treatment, incorporating a combination of manual therapy techniques, patient education, exercise prescription, and therapeutic modalities such as medical acupuncture and/or IMS.

Outside of the clinic, Chelsey enjoys working out, getting out to the mountains, and spending time with friends, family and her puppy.

 

Jeannine Millan

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Registered Massage Therapist, Certified Aromatologist, Usui Reiki Master and Pre and Post Natal massage

Jeannine graduated from Foothills College of Massage Therapy in 2000 with her Therapeutic Massage Therapy certificate. She has since mastered several other techniques including, Pre and Post Natal Massage, Cranial Sacral Level One.

Within the past 20 years Jeannine complimented her interest in Aromatherapy and essential oil benefits with a certification as an Aromatologist in 2004. She began in 1999 her Energy work training with Usui Reiki all levels and Karuna style as well. Since then has taken Quantum Healing Heart Techniques more recently in 2020. Within the Reiki community Jeannine has trained over 400 people for Usui Reiki in various levels.

Jeannine enjoys combining all areas of her expertise and personalize those modalities to fit her clients where appropriate and accepted. Having an experienced hand in several modalities makes Jeannine a therapist with excellent hands on skills combined with the added knowledge and interpretation of the energy work using essential oils.

When Jeannine is not committed to her work she loves being in nature for a walk, yoga or aquasizing at the local pool.

 

Angèle Tremblay

The best physiotherapy in Cocrane Angèle, Office Manager for Sunshine Physio & Wellness Clinic brings a wealth of strong leadership, office administrative experiences and excellent interpersonal skills to the Team. She has proven to be indispensable in organizing, scheduling, managing schedules and resources, payroll, adjudication and payment of medical claims while innovating successful projects to improve office support. She prides herself in her contributions towards effectively developing and implementing good business processes/practices as well as streamlined ideas and improving operational outcomes.

As a supportive Team player, Angèle collaborates well with all to ensure patients and clients receive a respectful and professional experience upon arrival to our clinic. She is fluently French bilingual, has a keen interest in working with a diverse team of professionals and thrives to cultivate a harmonious and fastidious work environment.

Her 35-year career in Ontario with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care as Lead for several unique health care programs, as well as Unit Coordinator at the Cancer Centre and Ward Clerk in Acute In-Patient Psychiatry-Mental Health departments has provided her with great knowledge, skills and experiences in this field. She effectively and efficiently represented each department with particular attention to the protection and privacy of information and individual needs.

Many of her core competencies and combined experiences working in multiple capacities such as; Medical Office Administrator, Clinic Coordinator, Business Administrator, Operational and Financial Manager, Team Lead in 3 separate and distinct Health Care programs for the day-to day operational delivery, have enhanced her reliability, accountability and excellent front line patient and client service delivery skills.

When Angèle is not at work, she loves to spend time with her family. Staying active and a healthy living lifestyle is a high priority in her life. Her activities include, but are not limited to: travelling, being in the mountains, going to the gym, motorcycling with her spouse, cooking, hiking, kayaking, hosting, and walking.

 

Robyn Holloway

Cochrane physiotherapy Robyn is our behind the scenes manager who handles payroll, motor vehicle accidents, monthly reporting and helps keep the clinic running smoothly. Working with the amazing staff, practitioners and patients at Sunshine brings her a lot of enjoyment.

Outside of the clinic, Robyn is a Leadership and Transition Coach running her own business www.robynhollowaycoaching.com where she helps people discover their passions and thrive through change. She also loves her time with her family, friends and puppy.

 

Michelle Flechas

The best physiotherapy in Cocrane Having played various sports throughout my life I also had my fair share of injuries and physiotherapy experiences. This was one of the reasons why I was eager to learn as much as I could about the rehabilitation process. In hopes that one day I could help others with their injuries and rehab and physio needs. Whilst obtaining my undergraduate degree from the University of Calgary I worked in a clinical setting and now I am excited to join the great team at Sunshine Physiotherapy.

Outside of work I enjoy mountain biking, playing volleyball, skiing and the occasio

 

Hazel Drake

The best physiotherapy in Cocrane I feel fortunate to work with a group of people who recognize that there is no ‘i’ in TEAM. That team approach ensures that patients receive the best care.

When I am not at work, I enjoy cooking, reading and teaching exercise classes.

 

Sophie Nicholson

The best physiotherapy in Cocrane Coming from an injury-prone family, every practitioner within the Sunshine team has treated a member of my family (myself included) at some point over the past decade. Treatment, yoga, the GLA:D Program, you name it, one of us has taken part in it! Which is why I am all the more excited to have been an employee here for the past couple of years. I consider myself very fortunate to work with a group of such hard-working, knowledgeable, dedicated, caring and passionate people. Outside of Sunshine, I am a university student who enjoys yoga and activities involving mountains, lakes, my dog, or all three!

 

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Your Sales Process Is BROKEN! Let’s Fix It

Today’s guest is Jake Dunlap!

Jake is a sales leader and entrepreneur with more than a decade of experience, he has developed and led high-performing sales and operational functions, specializing in building out repeatable, sustainable processes.

In today’s episode, we discuss how many companies and sales teams are working with a broken sales process, especially given today’s issues of not being able to go and visit as many clients as we once were able to do. Jake was able to provide actionable information around the importance of training your outside sales team on inside sales tools and tactics. The operational objectives are still the same, but the tools necessary to be successful have changed.

With all of the tools available to your sales team, Jake focuses in on LinkedIn Navigator and Outreach.io as the two that he would gladly pay for himself as a salesperson because the ROI would be so high from that investment. He also discussed how the sales process should be changed to

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Top 12+ Ways to Use Work from Home Time to Practice Peak Performance

With a number of major companies recently announcing plans to keep employees remote until the middle of next year, at least, many of us are facing continued isolation and experiencing an extended lack of connectedness. For most, it is important to spend time around and engaged with other people, in social groups and at work. By surrounding ourselves with colleagues, family members and associates who challenge us to think and move outside our comfort zone, we find we can improve our habits, learn new things and stay sharp.

Of course, much of life’s biggest joys and most lasting memories stem from our relationships, in large part at work, and in times like these, those can become absent, strained and even strange. And, while some say too much “people time” might also be a bad thing, few of us are feeling that right now. In fact, our digital devices often give us the sense we need to be connected 24/7. All of the noise, activity, constant contact and hustle can wear us out and, iro

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Unlocking Complexities of the Microbiome in the War on Viruses – Dr Sabine Hazan Md

“Finding non-toxigenic Clostridium difficile (C.diff) in the gut flora of all 119 subjects tested by genetic sequencing raises the question whether C.diff is an innocent bystander or villain and if antibiotics should be used to kill something that is part of our microbial fingerprint,” says Progenabiome CEO Sabine Hazan, MD, “this breakthrough in research challenges us to look beyond the traditional protocols to treat bacteria and viruses automatically with drugs. It also forces us to understand the balance of the microbiome that allows for immunity to occur.”

Hazan has been a solo practice gastroenterologist and clinical trials investigator for 25+ years. She has participated in over 150 clinical trials for the pharmaceutical and nutrition industries and launched Progenabiome in 2018 to investigate the role of the gut microbiome in various diseases and conditions.

Strategically placed as a genetic sequencing lab, site, CRO, and now sponsor, Progenabiome has 39 ongoing clini

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Top 9+ Ways to Engage in Hepatitis Awareness Day (and Four Things You Should Know)

Today is designated as World Hepatitis Awareness Day. Agencies and offices around the globe, within national governments, alongside state, provincial and local partners, all are working to raise awareness of the importance of vaccination for hepatitis B, testing for hepatitis B and C, the availability of effective care and curative treatment, and the serious health consequences resulting from undiagnosed and untreated viral hepatitis.

The day affords all an important opportunity to raise more widespread awareness of viral hepatitis and its impact on the world’s population and expand healthcare’s coordinated efforts to improve the health of the estimated time 290 million people living with viral hepatitis unawares. Without finding the undiagnosed and linking them to care, millions will continue to suffer, and lives will be lost.

On World Hepatitis Day, 28 July, people from across the world will take action and raise awareness to “find the missing millions” – this year’s t

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Top 10 Ideas for Building Your Best Talent Brand

Everybody understands the importance of company branding, but when you are recruiting for a position, it is essential you pay attention to your ‘Talent Brand’.

We understand that Talent Branding plays a major part in how companies and their future are perceived and shaped in today’s market. Organizations like Glassdoor and others are helping to define the brand of many companies in the market today, but why would you want someone else making these important, even crucial, decisions for you and your company?
What is Talent Branding?

This “new” idea of Talent Branding has been kicked around for years. Some say it’s the overall look and feel of the company (including on-line); others say it’s the internal pulse on whether people like or dislike the organization, and some even say it’s complete nonsense.

As defined by LinkedIn, “Talent branding is the highly social, totally public version of an employer brand that incorporates talent thinks, feels, and shares about yo

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Top 6+ Tips for Building Your Best Hiring and Interview Team

Remember that YOU, the hiring manager, are ultimately responsible for all the actions taken when making a hire. This includes the actions of recruiters, support staff and interview helpers.

“Why recruiters,” you ask?
Your Recruiting Team Should Amp the Brand

You have a responsibility to work with your recruiting partners by providing them with the specifics of what you are looking for, the feedback on information submitted and building a partnership to ensure success in finding your next A Player. Take time upfront to develop the ideal candidate summary, then take time to screen resumes together. If you do this at the beginning of a relationship, less will be required in the future to have the results you want.

Choose your recruiting partners carefully. Remember they are an extension of your brand (the company’s and yours personally).

A good recruiter is able to tell a story around a company that is compelling and easy to understand. This is how they are able to attract good

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Perpetuating Positive Momentum on the Continuum of Inertia

“When it rains, it pours.” Most are familiar with this phrase. It’s what we use to describe the inertia of negative circumstances building and snowballing.

Can you think of the equivalent phrase used to describe the opposite? The experience of positive inertia?

“Just look at the bright side”… “turn lemons into lemonade”… “there’s a light at the end of the tunnel!” These might come to mind, but each simply builds on turning a negative into a positive.

What about turning a positive into even more positives? Why is there no maxim for positive inertia made more commonplace?

If momentum can swing us one way or the other on the pendulum of professional success, how can we keep the continuum of inertia positioned in a positive direction?

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CERCA TALENT+ Is Wishing Everyone a Happy and Safe Fourth of July

As the Unites States pauses to reflect on its history, the ideals birthed at its inception, and the strength it projects around the world today, we want to take this time to reflect on the great strength we admire in the companies and candidates we work with and celebrate the upcoming success you will build in the remainder of this and all the years to follow. We are thankful to be a part of that.

So many of the ideals that went into forming our Great Nation and keep it strong are those we can all aspire to in our work. All of these and more will help continue to shape our success and make us ever stronger. And Bravery – to Persist Relentlessly – is one of the greatest. For us all, it could be said we will become and remain the premier organizations in our respective spaces as long as we are teams of the brave, devotedly doing more and going further to serve more deeply than those around us.

As we celebrate our Nation’s birthday, let us celebrate and then decide, together, to e

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Top 7+ Signs You About to Make a Hiring Mistake | Genomics Recruiter

Hiring a new employee is a time-consuming and expensive process that can make human resource and hiring managers feel pressured to cut corners just to get through it. While the frustration is understandable, simply checking the box is a poor approach. A bad hire ends up costing a company in numerous ways, including lost productivity, lost wages, lost revenue, damage to reputation, and having to go through the hiring process again when that employee quits or gets fired.

Here are a few common signs you are about to make hiring mistakes:
Going with Your Gut

There is a lot of talk about how people should trust their gut and go with their first impression. That might work in other areas of life, but it is rarely a good idea when it comes to hiring an employee. Whether a hiring manager personally likes a job candidate has no bearing on that individual having the right qualifications for the job or fitting into company culture. In the Genomics, Genetics, BioTech and Diagnostics Industries w

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