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Since the dawn of capitalism, much has been written about what staffing companies and employers look for as the most important traits in an employee.  So we thought instead of reinventing the “ideal employee” wheel, we should look at what a few subject matter experts (SME) have already said on the topic and see if anything stands out?  Accordingly, we have quoted below, three different SME articles on the subject:

“You look for three things: You look for Intelligence, you look for Energy and you look for Integrity,” Warren Buffett told Nebraska Business magazine in a 2001 interview per this CNBC article.

Jay Gould, CEO & Co-Founder of Yashi, wrote for Entrepreneur magazine, “The 3 Most Important Characteristics When Hiring at a Startup” were Curiosity, Competitiveness and Integrity.  

Jim Baum, a serial entrepreneur and investor, wrote for conceptspring, “The 5 Most Important Characteristics of a New Hire” were Enthusiasm, Integrity, Organizational fit, Intelligence, and Experience.

While intelligence and integrity stand out, the third characteristic is also semi-evident in three separate but similar words used by our three SMEs: Energy, Competitiveness and Enthusiasm.  All of these traits, whether it’s energy or enthusiasm or competitiveness, are more or less defining the same characteristic, which we have encapsulated in the word – Intensity.  More importantly, Intensity also incorporates or reflects “passion” – that other great human trait, which can be a great asset when channeled properly.  So we have, through deliberation, coalesced on what Alignstaffing believes are the 3 I’s or 3 most important characteristics of an employee: Integrity, Intelligence and Intensity.

However, as a staffing company that works with both sides of the employer-employee divide, we are committed to the 3 I’s as required characteristics of both our clients and candidates.  But it’s not something that we expect only from our clients and candidates; Integrity, Intelligence and Intensity are the foundational principles of everything that we at Alignstaffing do.  In fact, these 3 I’s are evident in our guiding principles:

  • Quality of life for our staff, clients, business partners and community… demands Integrity and Intensity
  • Commitment to delivering an exceptional experience… demands Intelligence and Intensity.
  • Making our expertise a distinguishing value… demands Integrity and Intelligence.
  • Making the complex simple… demands Integrity, Intelligence and Intensity.

Even as a staffing company, our overarching mission is “to reduce the impact of persistent poverty on underserved communities by removing barriers, so members can contribute and lead in the broader society, and the next generation can invest in themselves.”  It’s our firm belief that this mission can only be fulfilled, if the community views us as a company that also possesses those selfsame 3 important characteristics – Integrity, Intelligence and Intensity!   

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Early in grade school Aaron Copeland was faced with challenges of being misunderstood, seeming overly inquisitive, having behavioral issues, and being disruptive in class. Aaron grew up the 3rd of four children in a blue-collar, middle class family exposed to a public school system with limited resources to properly assess the needs of its children, particularly those requiring Special Education. Because of his own in-school experience, Aaron quickly developed a compassion for helping kids with special needs. More significantly, it taught him the importance of connecting the right staff in education, social services and behavioral health with people in need. The seeds for a purposeful life mission were sown early, so after running a successful CPA practice for a few years, Aaron went on to found Alignstaffing – something that he had dreamed of since his difficult childhood.

Alignstaffing began by helping public charter schools in the Washington, D.C. metro area find qualified related service providers to nurture students with special needs. We believe that every child deserves an education surrounded by uplifting teachers, skilled school administrators, and passionate, like-minded educators. Accordingly, we expanded our expertise to cover staffing needs in the inter-connected fields of Behavioral Health, Education and Social Services.

But along with cultivating expertise in these fields, we also developed and honed a new team approach that utilized our own Rapportmethod to always match the right talent with the right opportunity. In addition, we are committed to using the latest in digital and mobile technologies to make the staffing experience for our candidates and clients simple and mutually rewarding. In this regard, we have developed and will be soon launching our Substitute Management Recruiting Team System (SMRT) app for the iOS and Android platforms that addresses a critical need in the education sector by making the availability of substitute teachers simple, easy and fast.

Nonetheless, in trying to really understand why we are more than just a staffing company, it is critical to understand our mission:

“To reduce the impact of persistent poverty in underserved communities by removing barriers so members can contribute and lead in the broader society, and the next generation can invest in themselves.”

To fulfill this mission, we are guided by four core principles that can be summarized as follows:

  • Quality of life for our staff, clients, business partners and community.
  • Commitment to delivering an exceptional experience.
  • Making our expertise a distinguishing value.
  • Making the complex simple.

It’s our holistic approach, in which we strive to fulfill the needs of the communities we serve by aligning with their goals in the fields of Behavioral Health, Education and Social Services, that makes us more than just a staffing company – one that is dedicated to achieving its overarching mission!

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Are you a substitute teacher?

Are you a substitute teacher? Becoming a substitute teacher can be an enormous opportunity for you to get to know the students, fellow teachers, and administrators who will all influence whether or not you get a full-time teaching job. However, there are numerous challenges a substitute teacher must overcome that a regular teacher might not. So, what can you do when the regular teacher doesn’t leave behind a solid lesson plan? Let’s find out.

Come in Earlier

Teachers typically arrive at school long before the students do. They also, in turn, stay longer even after the final bell rings, signaling the end of the day. As a substitute teacher, it’s a smart move to come in earlier. Coming in earlier will give you more time to acclimate to the daily routine, especially if you are new to the school. You will have more time to review any lesson plans that are still there and find all the materials you may need for that day. If there aren’t any plans, or if you can’t understand them, you may need to create lesson plans yourself. By showing up early, you’ll have more time to do this without having to rush through it.

Consult Other Teachers

As part of your preparations, you should consult with other teachers in your department. Even if they are farther ahead in the curriculum, the other teachers might have some spare materials they can lend you. It may just be that one particular day there is next to nothing planned, but on other days more concrete lesson plans are available. This situation might be the case if you are stepping in as a long-term sub. By talking to the other teachers in your hall, they can tell you what the class was working on and give you advice on how to keep that momentum going.

Talk to the Students

Although this piece of advice may sound strange, you can also talk to the students. Now, you shouldn’t expect them to give you all the information you need to create an extensive lesson plan. Even so, they can provide you with context for what the regular teacher was doing, and help you understand anything that seems unclear to you.

Communicate

Don’t forget to communicate with the regular teacher! If you had to alter or modify what was planned for the day, it’s best if you leave a note behind on their desk. You might not be able to communicate with them via text or email, and they’ll probably see a note left on their desk when they come back.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

 

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Before you can begin working or volunteering as a nurse, you’ll need to pick the right scrubs. Here are some useful healthcare staffing tips on finding the perfect scrubs.

Before you can begin working or volunteering as a nurse, you’ll need to pick the right scrubs. Even so, it’s important to remember that not every hospital or healthcare facility you work in will require you to provide scrubs. That said, when you need to wear scrubs, you might also need some help choosing them. Here are some useful healthcare staffing tips on finding the perfect scrubs.

Choosing the Color

The first of our first healthcare staffing tips for selecting scrubs has to do with color. Keep in mind that when you volunteer, the color of scrubs you can wear might be heavily regulated. Even though you might not think much of having to wear white scrubs, there could be a crucial reason for that. Different uniform colors could be used as a system to indicate what role an employee plays in the hospital: a floor guide might wear red, while a volunteer nurse might wear white. If you are lucky enough to work in a hospital that does not have a strict uniform policy, then you might be able to wear ones with fun designs and patterns on them.

Choosing the Style

The second of our healthcare staffing tips will discuss scrub style. It may be tempting to think of your scrubs as another set of sleepwear, but despite appearances, that’s not the purpose they’re supposed to serve. Full time registered nurses and certified nursing assistants will need to wear their scrubs far more than you will need to wear yours.

For Men: shirts with pockets, pants with elastic, and pants with drawstrings

For Women: Similar styles like those named above are available to women, but they also have maternity styles, v-neck, and scoop neck shirts as well.

How to Wear Them

While you are working, be sure to wear underclothes with your scrubs. Occasionally, you might be able to alter the uniform you are assigned – adding a long-sleeved undershirt for when it’s cold, for example – but be sure to check in with your supervisors if this is acceptable. Also, when you don’t need to wear your scrubs just leave them at home for the time being, and don’t forget to take care of them the way you would for your regular everyday clothes.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

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We have put together this quick career advice guide, focusing on four steps you can follow to get that raise you deserve.

How long have you had your current job? Whether you are an unsung hero, a longtime employee content with staying in the background, or a relatively new hire who has turned out to be a superstar, you shouldn’t be afraid to advance yourself. We have put together this quick career advice guide, focusing on four steps you can follow to get that raise you deserve.

Don’t Hesitate

It’s natural and understandable to hesitate when it comes to asking for a raise. This hesitation is especially prominent if you are less than a year into your current job. But even so, you’ve probably grown by leaps and bounds since you started. Do your research and come to the meeting with your supervisor prepared. Make your pitch as professional as possible, backed up with reliable data supporting your case – numbers always help, so even if you aren’t granted your raise the fact that you made an effort to try will reflect positively on you. If you have furthered your education, or have asked to be given even more responsibility and handled it admirably, not only will it make getting the raise more likely, but will help you prove how much you can contribute.

Ask for Performance Assessments

Our next piece of career advice has to do with performance assessments. A performance assessment can cause you anxiety, whether you work in an office environment, or you work as a teacher. But all the same, it can help grow better at your job. Keep track of positive feedback along with constructive criticism; if you can show that you can learn and grow, that will look better for you as well.

Step Up

When you have the opportunity to do so, step up. Show you are eager to tackle new challenges and projects than what you have had before. What would you like to do? Become a training manager? Take on some work that a colleague is leaving behind? It’ll show your level of motivation and a willingness to try new things.

Have a Plan

You should always have a plan. This intent can be a roadmap of where you want to take your career. Take some time to see how far you can get ahead.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

 

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The holiday season can be an extremely stressful time for everyone, especially for nurses. Here are some tips for a happier new year in 2018 when you work anywhere as a registered nurse.

The holiday season can be an extremely stressful time for everyone, especially for nurses. During the week between Christmas and New Years, however, you can take an opportunity to recharge before the start of a brand new year. Here are some tips for a happier new year in 2018 when you work anywhere as a registered nurse.

Meditate While Walking

Meditation can help you relax. Staying calm during your next overnight shift as a registered nurse can help you get through it without feeling burnt out when it’s time to go home. Even if you take ten minutes to meditate, it can help. Now it’s important to remember that this technique is somewhat different than the meditation you might be familiar with; while regular meditation sees you sitting down and focusing on your thought, in walking meditation, you practice mindfulness about the way you walk.

Read

While the work you do can be overwhelming, every so often you will find yourself with some downtime. It might be enough to read the next chapter of the book you’ve recently started. Even if you manage to read a chapter or two, after several weeks, you will have finished reading, and you can move onto the next one.

Take a Walk

Sometimes all you need to do is get some fresh air; while this might not seem like the best idea during the winter, taking a walk once spring returns can be delightful. Don’t overlook the importance of getting enough sleep and exercise.

Learn a Different Language

Learning a different language can be a tremendous help, too. After all, you never know when a new language can come in handy while treating patients who don’t speak English as their first language. Even if you only focus on picking up a few words at a time, you’ll be fluent in next to no time. Every new year represents another chance for self-improvement and continuing your education.

Self-Reflect

Lastly, don’t forget to self-reflect. When you work as a registered nurse, it can be all too easy to criticize yourself. But you shouldn’t be afraid to give yourself an honest assessment and a pat on the back when you deserve one.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

 

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With Christmas break coming up, teachers can take a week or two to rest and relax.

With Christmas break coming up, teachers can take a week or two to rest and relax. But once the school year picks up again in January, they can start trying some of these fantastic new year’s resolutions. Just what might they be? Please read on to find out!

Do Something Different

While your old approaches to the classroom might still work, every so often you should mix it up and find some fresh ideas. Did you just complete your first year of a teaching job? Give yourself an honest assessment of how you did: what worked with the students, and what didn’t? Consider hanging onto what worked, but do something different with what didn’t.

Connect with Your Students

Maybe one of the problems you encountered was being unable to connect with your students. Every teacher strives to be the “cool” teacher. You might not think of yourself as a mentor, but teachers of all kinds can inspire their students. Encourage them to chase their dreams and show genuine interest in what gets them excited. For instance, ask them about any hot topic social issues they’re passionate about, or have them describe their family traditions for the holidays, especially since Christmas and Hanukkah get most of the attention when it comes to winter holidays, but they’re not the only ones that are important.

Help Students Stay Calm

No matter how old your students are, school can be stressful. With all the various activities they can take part in after school or even during school hours, the school year can be just as hectic for students and their parents as it can be for teachers. The most important part of all of this is to help students relax and stay calm. If they are struggling with a mental illness such as depression or anxiety disorders, support them however you can. Suggest some hobbies for your students to take an interest in outside of class time – preferably something that encourages physical activity or social interaction.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

 

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You’re bound to have supportive teammates no matter where you are working as a registered nurse.

Communication is a vital part of successfully establishing and maintaining many relationships. However, when you work as a registered nurse, it’s easy for your relationships with friends and loved ones to suffer, since you are so busy. But what about your relationships with supervisors and colleagues? Fostering a healthier relationship with these key groups in your daily work life is only going to make the job more fun and the grind less painful.

Get Help When You Need It

You should never feel scared or ashamed to admit that you need help. You’re bound to have supportive teammates no matter where you are working as a registered nurse. Also, when you’re new to the field, you’re bound to have plenty of questions even after you’ve graduated from nursing school. If you require some help when interacting with a patient, say something. The other nurses and doctors around you can lend you their experience and advice as much as they can physically assist you. And even if you’re struggling to find your first job as a registered nurse, don’t sweat it. Making the right phone call at the right time can make all the difference in the world.

It’s Not Just What You Say

Don’t forget that when you speak to others around you, it’s not just what you say, but how you say it that counts. Keep your tone calm and polite even in a heated and emotional situation. You will grow attached to your patients and your co-workers, so keep that in mind. Any relationship you ever have in life can’t thrive without the proper amount of trust and respect shared between both parties. Make sure you don’t offend or hurt anyone.

Respect is Essential

That leads to our next point: respect is essential as well. Proper communication doesn’t only need clarity and sometimes, given the circumstances, urgency. No matter who your audience is, strive to remain as respectful as you can. If someone doesn’t respect you, they’ll be less willing to listen. Show them that you are keen to listen and learn so you can grow in your profession as a registered nurse.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

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Whether you are currently in-between jobs, or you’re a college student about to graduate and on the hunt for your first position in your degree field, here are four tips for accelerating your 2018 job search and launching a new career.

It’s finally December, and even if you haven’t had the best luck finding a new dream job, don’t fret. It’s almost the new year, and it will bring a new beginning. Whether you are currently in-between jobs, or you’re a college student about to graduate and on the hunt for your first position in your degree field, here are four tips for accelerating your 2018 job search and launching a new career.

Go to Conferences

Networking is one of the most important ways you can advance your career. If your job search isn’t going as smoothly as you would like, then consider booking a trip to related conferences in your field. Not only can you make yourself more visible, these gatherings often host seminars and sessions that can increase your marketable skills and knowledge. Even more critical than that is the information you will gain – how to incorporate industry-approved best practices, the latest news and the freshest resources to help you land that dream job.

Further Your Education

Have you considered pursuing a master’s degree or even a doctorate? Depending on the field you’re looking to enter, advancement might be out of reach without these degrees in hand. Besides, you can increase your potential salary and future earnings. Also keep in mind that many entry-level positions expect advanced education, as well.

Improve Working Relations

You may also want to improve your relationships with your colleagues and supervisors. After all, your coworkers and managers can give you a more objective assessment of your current performance and can also serve as invaluable references once you are ready to move on to another position.

Keep Your Resume Updated

Keeping your resume as up-to-date as possible is another part of the job search process most people overlook. As you improve your skills and increase your relevant experience, be sure to add that to your resume. Also, you’ll stand a better chance of standing out if you keep your online profiles carefully curated with enough information to reflect why you are an exemplary job candidate.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

 

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How will you know your new workplace is a good fit?

No matter what stage of life you are in, career advice is almost always helpful. Sometimes, you’ll be in a position to give that advice, and in others, you’ll be primed to receive it. Once you are about to start a new job, a great deal of anxiety can be reserved for wondering how you will fit in and if you will enjoy and benefit from working there. How will you know your new workplace is a good one?

The Job Interview Went Well

How can you start acclimating to your new workplace? Consider the job interview. We’ve previously discussed how vital job interviews are in the search for a fresh start, career-wise. If the job interview was rough and disorganized on the company’s end, it might not indicate long-term happiness from either party. But if the job interview you had was delightful, then chances are it can point to the business valuing their employees.

Employees Are Highly Valued

If your new workplace is willing to reimburse you or provide funding to further your education, then that’s an excellent sign that their employees are important to them. Adding certifications or gaining new skills related to your industry through professional development isn’t just crucial for teachers to have – but anyone working in an office environment as well. For instance, you can use these new experiences to bolster your resume. Also, it will encourage you and your coworkers to stay with that business, no matter how large or small it is.  

In addition to investing in their employees’ future, good companies will also do their best to listen to their employees. If your new workplace asks for comments on how to improve or fix lingering issues, it means that they value your opinion. Feeling like you own something gives you more motivation to ensure that it succeeds, something that can be accomplished through teamwork.

Teamwork is Valued, Too

While you aren’t obligated to befriend your coworkers, forming friendships can also help when it comes to team-building. If the company leadership you work for shows that it values teamwork, it’s another excellent sign that your new workplace is a fantastic place to be work and advance your career.

For New Job Opportunities Get In Touch With Alignstaffing Today!

Alignstaffing leads the market in staffing solutions by placing top candidates in the healthcare, education, and social service industries. As the most trusted and successful staffing company in DC, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and even Pennsylvania and New York, we’re dedicated to providing employers with qualified professionals, and professionals with their dream jobs.

WE’VE MOVED! 111 K Street, NE, 4th Floor, Washington, DC  20002

If you’re looking for tailored staffing services, contact us online or give us a call at 1-877-557-3422 (toll-free) or 301-220-0580.

We make perfect matches for professionals and employers alike, with impressive testimonials and a top team of staffing experts.

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