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Employee Spotlight: Rachel Southworth

by Lindsay Wilcox

Rachel Southworth, a recruiter at RNnetwork, has worked at the company since April 2011. Prior to landing her job, which includes finding registered nurses three-month assignments across the country, Rachel worked in a much different position. Read more

RNnetwork Wins Inavero’s 2014 Best of Staffing Award

by Lindsay Wilcox

RNnetwork recently received Inavero's 2014 Best of Staffing award in both the talent and client categories! To win this award, which recognizes staffing companies that receive outstanding reviews from their clients and job-seekers, companies must survey 100 percent of both their clients and "talent" (those placed in jobs) who worked with them for three consecutive months in 2013. Read more

Benefits of Earning a BSN (Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing)

by Staff Writer

Recent surveys show that more hospitals are requiring a bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN) when hiring new nurses. There are many advantages to obtaining a BSN, especially career advancement. A BSN is also necessary to pursue many avenues outside of bedside nursing, such as administrative or teaching positions. Read more

W-2 FAQs from Travel Nurses

by Staff Writer

Tax Day, April 15, is just two months away, and you're probably already begun the process of filing your taxes. The following frequently asked questions and answers about W-2 forms can help you, especially as you compile documents from assignments in several states. Read more

Recipe: Key Lime Pie

by Lindsay Wilcox

Want to impress new friends -- or wow your family -- with a killer dessert? This key lime pie comes together in minutes, and it's the perfect complement to a simple dinner. Read more

7 Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Patients From MRSA

by Staff Writer

MRSA -- methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus -- is a strain of bacteria that has become resistant to the antibiotics normally used to treat a staph infection. The good news is that the rate of hospital-acquired MRSA infections have been declining by around 50 percent in the past 10 years, according to some CDC studies. Read on for seven ways to prevent MRSA from spreading. Read more