Showing posts with label job. Show all posts
Showing posts with label job. Show all posts

First Day of Work (Video)

The first day of a new job is always a little bit nerve-wracking. After all, you're starting something new and unknown, and it's natural to feel some anxiety about the unknown. However, there are a few things you can do to help make the transition smoother. 

First, take some time to familiarize yourself with your new surroundings. Take a walk around the office or workplace, and get to know where things are. 

Secondly, introduce yourself to as many people as possible. Get to know your co-workers and find out what they do. 

Finally, don't be afraid to ask questions. If you're unsure about something, just ask. The sooner you get comfortable with your new job, the better.


"Why Should We Hire You?" and More Questions You'll Hear During a Job Interview (Video)

In the above video, I answer the question, "Why do you want to work for us?" 

I share how to answer this question and give examples of what you could say. I also talk about some things you should avoid saying in an interview.

Want to learn more about the job interview process? Read more in Job Interview Answers.


My Job Interview Experiences (Video)

In this video, I talk about my job interview experiences. I discuss the different types of interviews that I have gone through and offer tips on how to make a great impression in an interview setting.

Want to learn more about the job interview process? Read more in Job Interview Answers.


Why Would I Want to Work in the Hospital as a Unit Secretary? (Video)

Why would I want to work in the hospital as a Unit Secretary?

You love working with people and helping them feel better.

Hospital unit secretaries have an essential role in helping patients, visitors, and staff members feel welcome. They are the first faces many see when they come into a hospital's front doors, so they must be friendly and helpful!

Why would I want this job?

There are many reasons why working as a Unit Secretary would be better than elsewhere. For example, some people might find it dull or unenthusiastic, it can be intense and stressful and long and tedious, but it also offers many benefits.

You'll meet lots of interesting people from all walks of life who have their own stories to tell!

In addition, you will get experience working in one place for an extended period which could help when applying elsewhere later down the track or even just giving your resume more credibility if there's ever any doubt about whether the hiring process would suit someone.

There is always something that needs to get done, like making sure doctors have their coffee just how they like it!


Working in the hospital as a Unit Secretary is not for everyone. But if you're really into working with people and helping them heal from their diseases, this might be a tremendous opportunity!


Wisconsin Hospital Sues to Stop Employees From Going to Competitor (Video)

A Wisconsin court has blocked seven healthcare workers from accepting jobs at another hospital in order to prevent them from leaving ThedaCare, an Appleton-based facility.

The decision was made after ThedaCare requested a restraining order against these personnel changes because it would lead to direct competition with their own services and offerings, as well as jeopardize their Tier 3 ranking if the employees left for Ascension Northeast Wisconsin. 

What would you think if the hospital you worked at sued to stop its employees from going to its competors?