Q: Greg - I work with a fabulous recruiter and have loved the jobs she has sent me on. Recently she placed me in a situation that is not at all like it was described. I really want to continue working with my recruiter, but I don't want to repeat landing in a job I don't like. What should I do?
According to guest editorial author AnneMarie Palatnick in Nursing 2018 Critical Care - “Ineffective communication is one of the most frequently identified root causes of sentinel events and contributes to the 400,000 deaths that occur each year due to preventable medical errors.”
When Kyle from BluePipes called to tell me that Convergence Medical Staffing had been named one of the best Nurse Travel Companies for 2017, I was totally floored. Never mind that his telephone call could have been from anyone - answered at my desk like all the rest - but the fact that it was a call bringing good news and recognition bordered on the surreal.
Q: Greg - While working with my recruiter, I completed an application and was submitted for a job. I have been waiting on an interview for 4 days now. My recruiter says they haven't started interviewing yet. Should I keep waiting?