Life Changes Fast
A few short months ago, we cut the ribbon to open our office in Pasadena, California. Now, we’re on quarantine; since we can’t adjust the winds, we’ve had to adjust our sails.
But, it’s times like these that reveal how far we are willing to go to serve our customers and clients. At ultraHealth Agency, we are growing through uncertain times by bringing our one-of-a-kind medical staffing process to the virtual landscape.
We can’t sit down with nurses like we used to, but we can still connect with human to human.Now more than ever, healthcare companies are opening their eyes to the importance of hiring quality staff.
People that will stand with you, even through COVID-19. People that will communicate what they need, without assuming that their leadership team knows everything.
People that will put the needs of patients and senior residents, above everything, even in times of crisis.
The people you hire will make or break your business. The people you hire are reflections of your morals and values. Let us help you hire the best providers, people who fit within the vision you have for your company.
Check out the videos below to see how ultraHealth Agency is supporting our healthcare professionals everyday.
Guru’s Quote of the Month
“When you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there”
Nothing is Impossible for the Mind
Nature never discriminates. It has made the same knowledge equally available to everyone. When the mind is calm and clean it can get all the ideas. Nothing is impossible for the mind. If it is completely free from any selfishness, it is always clean and calm, always serene. In such a mind knowledge dawns by itself.
– Sri Swami Satchidananda
- Henry Mancini- Lujon
- Ravi Shankar- The Origins
- Dave Brubek- Take Five
Guru’s Book Club:
- The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire- Deepak Chopra
- Steve Jobs – Walter Isaacson
- The First and Last Freedom – Jiddu Krishnamurti
This Week on LinkedIn
Changes to Recruitment in a Ever Changing World
Change has never been easy for me.
I’m a person that likes to plan.
And I’m a recruiter that likes to sit down with a candidate and pay attention to the details as I interview them…
Whether they smile
Whether they show up on time
Whether they’ve done their research and ask me questions
And so much more. I have always tried to consider the different layers of my candidates and trust my EQ.
For me, the work is in the details. This is important when trying to place candidates with a healthcare company that matches values.
But COVID19 has forced me to make MANY changes, the foremost being patient and flexible!
When a candidate is 3 minutes late for a video interview because of technical difficulties, I don’t hold it against them. Instead, I wait patiently with a smile.
When a candidate’s toddler makes noise or walks in their home office during an interview, I tell them, “it’s okay” and make them feel comfortable.
Now more than ever, recruiters and hiring managers should never make a candidate feel ashamed of their personal life.
We are all doing our absolute best, let’s not only remember that but show that through our interview process.