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Valentine’s Day Heart Health Tips

Wishing everyone a very happy Valentine’s day from our team at Acuity! February is American Heart Month and there’s no better day to refresh your heart health knowledge than today. Here are some V-Day heart tips, regardless if you have a sweetheart of your own!

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Justin Bellante: Working with Candidates | Meet Acuity Series

Justin Bellante, one of our accomplished and resourceful Recruitment Consultants, discusses why he enjoys working with candidates in the placement process as we continue our “Meet Acuity” series!

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6 Reasons Why 2020 Is the Year of the Nurse

The World Health Organization believes that 2020 is the perfect time to celebrate the nursing profession. The start of a new decade is not only the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s efforts to modernize nursing, but also the culmination of a two-year campaign to give nurses and midwives a more prominent voice in healthcare. As nurses continue to play an increasingly important role in the health industry, 2020 should be their year.

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Emilee Thornton: Working with Clients | Meet Acuity Series

Meet our talented Recruitment Consultant, Emilee Thornton! Today she discusses what it’s like working with clients in the recruitment and placement process, as part of our new series, “Meet Acuity”.

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The 10 Best Jobs in Healthcare in 2020

U.S. News and World Report releases a list of the best jobs in health annually. When evaluating these different positions, they account for many variables, such as future job prospects. The healthcare industry is poised to continue to grow and the list highlights the fact that eight of the top 10 best jobs in America are in the field.

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3 Ways Talent Experts Are Impacting Home Health Care in 2020

2019 was a difficult year in the home healthcare industry with regard to staffing and recruiting. However, the problems with retaining qualified professionals can’t be boiled down to simply staffing, but rather the lack of an established recruiting network and “plans for engagement and succession.”

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