According to U.S. government statistics, registered nurses (RNs) represent the largest occupation segment in the health care industry, holding about 2.5 million jobs in 2006.1 The majority of RNs (59%) worked in a hospital setting, with the rest distributed among physician offices, home health services, nursing care facilities, outpatient care centers, and other facilities. Continue reading “Get the Help You Need to Hire, Train, and Maintain the Nursing Staff You Want”
Over the course of 2008, the U.S. economy hit several rough patches while on the road to recovery and most businesses are still feeling all the bumps and trying to avoid all the potholes. Of course, this shouldn’t come as news to anyone — unless you haven’t read what’s written on the Internet or in the newspaper, haven’t turned on the TV or radio, or otherwise live in a cave or under a rock. Continue reading “During Tough Economic Times, It’s Time to Get Tough”
Being the recognized leader in nurse recruitment is an important part of RSI’s mission. Whether it’s implementing the newest technologies or applying industry-leading management strategies, we pride ourselves on being able to offer our clients breakthrough recruitment solutions.
Sometimes, however, staying ahead of the curve requires the willingness and the ability to adapt to the ever-changing needs of our clients. As an example, we have recently begun to embrace the evolving trend of “insourcing” as an alternative to the more traditional concept of “outsourcing.” Continue reading ““In” Is the New “Out:” Why Insourcing Is the Ideal Alternative to Outsourcing.”