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Show Your Humanity

Interview Tip: Show Your Humanity Some candidates are overly concise on questions about hobbies, family, and spare time activities. But these questions often mean the difference between getting an offer and a rejection. You may be competing with people whose qualifications and accomplishments are very similar to your own. The interviewer and others in the […]

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The Power of a Smile

Interview Tip: “A smile shows not only confidence, but a pleasant nature. It invites others to get to know you. Remember that not only is an employer filling an opening in a workforce, but they want to know you will fit into their company culture. Also, smiling during phone interviews will work to your advantage.”

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New Leadership Options, 11-2010

SEVERAL NEW SEARCH ASSIGNMENTS have been awarded to our firm.  These are genuine opportunities that may be a perfect fit for you or someone you know. Liberty Search Associates is dedicated to the recruitment and permanent placement of Surgery Center leadership.  We partner with reputable ASC organizations and healthcare systems.  Your personal privacy is guaranteed. Position #1 […]

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Making a Successful Career Change

Simply Hired, Simply Blog reprint Tips for a Successful Career Change With about 14.8 million people out of work, according to the latest government numbers, many people are looking for jobs that they wouldn’t consider doing pre-recession. Some are considering part-time jobs rather than full-time work, others are relocating to get a job, and others […]

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CASC Credential – One on One with the President

As a follow up to last week’s blog some of you have wanted to learn more about the highly recognized certification for ASC Administrators.  BASC (Board of Ambulatory Surgery Certification) President Norman Burnette, CPA, CASC graciously shed some light on this topic. DJ:  What year did CASC credentialing began? NB:  The first exam was given in […]

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5 Quick Tips to Improve your Resume Now

I’ve reviewed thousands of resumes.  Two people can have the same background and skills.  One resume can appear plain, boring, or overwhelming while another resume is easy to read and keywords/accomplishments will jump out to the reader.  With just a few tweaks you can create a resume that will get noticed the first time. Simplify […]

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Why Nobody Answers Your Resume

Does this sound familiar? You fill out an application online or submit your resume to a position that seems perfect for you.  The company needs to hire someone and you feel you are right for the job.  So, why don’t you hear from them? This is a question that people are asking every day.  In […]

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