At General Healthcare Resources, our motto is “helping you help others.” Not only do we place the right people in the right jobs with competitive pay, we make sure you’re comfortable, healthy and happy at the same time. If you are not familiar with our variety of benefits, take a look. Our benefits package is just another great reason to work at GHR.
While searching and applying for new nursing jobs can be exciting, the process may seem a bit daunting at times. The resumes, phone screens, applications…it’s a lot to think about! Good news, though. We talked to several GHR recruiters who shared their best tips for success for nurses to utilize during the job search and application process. Read our real-life recruiter feedback to make your life easier.
At General Healthcare Resources, we are celebrating our 25th anniversary and decided there’s no better time to update you on the many improvements we’ve been putting in place to make your work life easier!
Let’s start with our new website. Not only is it beautiful, featuring our new brand look and feel, but it’s so much easier to find what you’re looking for without having to search around. From learning more about the benefits we offer, to finding the phone number of the office you want to get in touch with, it’s a breeze to navigate and designed to save you time.
At the same time, we also rolled out our new career site--your one destination to find the perfect job with GHR! It’s full of features to that were built with healthcare professionals like you in mind. It is now easier than ever to search for jobs, sign up for job alerts or quickly submit your resume, and so much more. Want to check it out?
To reward our hard-working nurses, we recently introduced our Twice is Nice referral program! We’re dedicated to building our team with only the best of the best, and who better to refer great people to GHR other than yourself? You can now refer a family member, friend or colleague to GHR and not only will you receive a referral bonus, they will too! Even better, there is no limit on the number of people you can refer! We help you while you help your friends. It’s a win-win for everyone!
Additionally, our nursing division is now Joint Commission certified! We are working with even more of the top hospitals and healthcare systems throughout the northeast. And that means we have even more great jobs for you to choose from.
The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing qualified and competent healthcare professionals. To earn this certification, GHR underwent an on-site review by the Joint Commission’s inspection team to review our compliance with national standards that assess how we determine the qualifications and competency of our staff, how we place our staff, and how we monitor performance.
We always strive to provide top-quality services to nurses and facilities alike. The Gold Seal of Approval just confirms that GHR is one of the best agencies out there, and we are so proud of this honor.
Have you checked our benefits program lately? If not, take a look. We continue to offer one of the best benefits packages in the industry. Our benefits include flexible scheduling options, health insurance, a 401(k) investment plan, free liability insurance coverage, weekly pay and direct deposit or pay card option—just to name a few! Our benefits package is just another great reason to work at GHR.
For the third year in a row, GHR was named a Top Workplace in the Delaware Valley by Philadelphia Media Network. The Top Workplaces were chosen based solely on employee feedback given through an anonymous survey which measures several aspects of workplace culture including alignment, execution and connection. This award shows that our changes are well-received by not only our great nurses, but our internal staff, too. We love our employees, and we are thrilled they love working at GHR.
As a healthcare professional, we know you’re busier than ever. You may want to explore new job opportunities, but simply don’t have the time. Or, you know that job searching can be a daunting or overwhelming process, and don’t feel like getting wrapped up in it again. If you fall into either scenario, we’ve got good news for you.
Whether it is celebrated early, the day-of, or a day late, nurses love Thanksgiving and cherish traditions with their family and friends. We wanted to know what nurses’ Thanksgiving experiences were like, so we sent out a survey recently and got an overwhelming response. Here are some of the more interesting insights.
Fall is here! Whether you are relaxing on a patio enjoying the fall foliage, or in your favorite comfy sweater on the couch with a cup a coffee, autumn is the perfect time to start a new good book. With so many books to choose from and so little free time, we put together a list of our top recommendations specifically for nurses.
Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn are excellent ways to share information, network and stay up-to-date on the latest industry news. But, they can be problematic when it comes time for job searching. While looking for your next nursing job, presenting and conducting yourself with proper online etiquette is critical. Read our five tips to set you up for social success when it comes time for your job search.
When it comes time to vet a future employer, there are several resources online that can help you get a feel for what it’s like to be a nurse at specific healthcare facility or hospital. Salaries, management ratings, interview tips and more are outlined on sites like GlassDoor, Great Place To Work and Indeed. Taking advantage of these resources can make you feel more confident in your decision to work at a facility you may be interested in. However, take any research you find with a grain of salt, because the accuracy of reviews can be hard to confirm.
There is a reason Gallup Inc. ranks nursing as the most trusted, honest and ethical profession in the country. After all, patients, and their family and friends, see you as their main point of contact for healthcare insight and support. Earning and maintaining that trust goes beyond delivering quality care. It also depends on building positive relationships with those you come in contact with. Here are six “real life” tips to keep in mind when dealing with patients to help make those relationships stronger.