Nursing Recruitment

12/12/2016

5 Tips to Manage Nursing Stress – On and Off Shift

Nursing (nursing homes or hospitals) is a demanding job and comes with varying levels of stress. It is important that nurses find ways to manage their personal, and work related stress in order to avoid burn-out. It is understood that a nursing shift can include a roller coaster of emotions on a daily basis, as nurses are put in situations that stimulate them, challenge them, frustrate them, overwhelm them, and sometimes make them anxious. Here are 5 simple tips that can help you better manage your stress: Balance Don’t work non-stop without a break. Whether it is continuous shifts or […]
05/12/2016
Nursing Home Jobs in London

The Top 5 Benefits of Being an Agency Nurse

Are you considering joining a nursing agency but not sure whether it would be beneficial? Being part of a nursing agency may not have been popular in the past, given the temporary status of hospital and nursing home jobs it provided; but nurses, hospitals and nursing homes alike are now increasingly considering the concept for recruitment and job purposes. While the employers get a chance to size up a temporary nurse before offering them a permanent job, the nurses working for nursing agencies can gain from the following benefits: Good Compensation Generally nursing agencies pay well, but your pay is […]
16/05/2016
Nursing Skype Interview Tips

Skype Interviews – The Do’s & Don’ts

Interview technology is on the rise in nursing and in the past year 82% of hiring managers have used Skype and 6% a pre-recorded platform, according to a survey by Right Management.* You may be familiar with using Skype or Face Time to keep in touch with family and friends, but with more and more nurse employers using video as well as face-to-face interviewing, how do you make sure you come across well on camera? Here are our top Skype interview tips for nurses: Preparation – as with any interview, preparation is at the heart of success or failure. You’re […]
16/05/2016
Phone interview tips for nurses

Telephone Interviews for Nurses – Do’s & Don’ts

Your CV has got you through the screening process; the next stage is a telephone interview, and you may need to be available at a moment’s notice for some London nursing jobs or agencies, so being prepared is vital. Here are our top tips to successful telephone interviews. Remember you are likely to be interviewed by a nursing peer of equal or higher band. Before the call, confirm all the details, including the date and time, and the name of the hiring manager that you will be talking to. Be sure you know whether they will be calling you or […]