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“Having flexibility in a work schedule can diversify your work culture while providing the work-life balance many workers are seeking,” says Dick McLaughlin, New England Managing Partner and manager of LEAD Healthcare.
Allied Health careers are some of the fastest growing careers and come with flexibility, higher than average wages, and many options to choose from when deciding where to work.
Real-time apps like Kwikly, Tempmee, and Stynt are the latest trend in dental and health professionals staffing. The online staffing apps claim to meet workforce needs through an automated employer/employee matching system – many boasting a ‘perfect’ match. How does this affect traditional staffing companies?
The demand for allied health professionals is growing and opens up new opportunities for anyone interested in a career in healthcare. Vital in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of chronic disease and illness, allied health professionals play a significant role in caring for patients in hospitals, private practices, imaging centers, physician offices, health clinics, long-term care facilities, and more.
During the COVID 19 pandemic, burnout got to a breaking point for many in healthcare. The result? A significant number of health professionals joined the great resignation to seek a better work/life balance with some moving to a completely different career path.
LEAD Pacific Northwest has been closely following forecasts and trends for the year ahead and continues to develop appropriate staffing strategies to meet the moment.
LEAD New England is introducing the company’s first healthcare focused business unit, LEAD Healthcare, providing staffing solutions for medical companies from New Jersey to Maine who are in need of high quality, well-vetted candidates.