Mental Wellness Matters

Read our blog for the latest information on mental wellness matters, behavioral & mental health job recruiting tips and resources for behavioral & mental health job seekers.

    You found your dream job! Throughout the interview process, you were your most stellar self, you sent in exceptional references who gave you glowing recommendations and you walked out of the final interview feeling like you just hit a home run.  Then, you get the dreaded call...

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Cultivating an attitude of gratitude around Thanksgiving seems so natural.  Its our seasonal signal to stop and be thankful for the people and things that make our lives worth living. Practicing a gratitude during Thanksgiving and thorough the year offer many positive mental health and wellness...

"Do not ​go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.​" -Dylan Thomas Meet Jon Drogheo, mental health recruiting industry expert, advocate for professional dreams and Director of Talent Acquisition with Empowered Partnerships LLC!  In this video, Jon tells his story, talks employment in...

So You Think Your Hiring Process Game is Strong Being lifetime recruiting industry veterans, we have seen it all.  The stellar makes-you-want-to-not-just-work-but-live-there kind of hiring techniques…   The so bad you-wouldn’t-wish-it-on-your-worst-adversary bad hiring strategies…   Most companies have some variation of a standard process they use when finding and hiring...

Making a “bad hire” is expensive. Everyone knows, it’s better to leave a position unfilled than to make a bad hire. Look around your office right now and imagine each person you employ as stacks of dollar bills walking around in business suits. People account for about...

“There’s real stigma attached to taking sick time to care for yourself.” By Erin Schumaker, Posted on 9/20/2017 Reblogged from HuffingtonPost.com   Studies have shown that a lack of paid sick leave harms workers’ physical health, but it may also be linked to psychological distress that can ultimately take a toll...