Health Care Staffing: The Top 5 Reasons for Making a Job Change

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on February 8, 2012

As you probably know, I’ve been around the block a time or two.  I have been in the health care staffing industry for a long time and I have garnered my share of wisdom along the way.  In the dictionary wisdom is defined as: 1 a : accumulated philosophic or scientific learning : knowledge b […]

The Danger of Staying Put

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on May 19, 2011

Do I have your attention?  If not, then please WAKE UP!!!! If you’re not constantly striving for new challenges then what are you doing with your life?  If you’re working at a job that no longer fits, but you’re staying put because of the salary, you’re not alone but what are you doing about it? More […]

An Open Letter To President Obama

Posted by admin on June 22, 2010

(This was actually mailed to the White House on May 20, 2010) Dear President Obama, I am a private business owner in Los Angeles, California operating a health care executive search firm, Premier Search, Inc.  We are in the employment business assisting health care organizations nationwide in finding staff.  Although the current economic conditions have […]

Nursing Home Administrator

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on April 23, 2010

Are you a Nursing Home Administrator? How would you like to earn a huge salary and work in either Los Angeles or Anaheim, California?
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Top 4 Most Annoying Interview Questions

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on March 1, 2010

After an interview I usually follow up with both the employer and the candidate to debrief and find out how the interview went. My first question is usually to ask how long the interview went. Obviously if the interview was less than 10 minutes long than chances are great that the interview was a disaster.