View Past Issues
Bos Medical Staffing Minute

Trouble viewing this email? View email in your browser

Hello Reader,

It comes as no surprise... your nurses have busy lives. Their professional and personal lives are busy enough without the added requirement of earning Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Georgia requires nurses to earn 20 to 30 hours of CEUs every two years. That means your team must find accredited classes, fit them into their schedules, and sometimes pay out of pocket to complete the coursework. If you were them, wouldn’t you prefer these hassles to be covered by your employer?

Offering benefits such as continuing education options is not only a great way to remain an attractive employer, but you’re also providing your team direct access to advance their skills, discover new interests, and build their careers. It’s an employee benefit that comes full circle to help your facility, your team, and most importantly, your patients!

Best Regards,

Lisa Massari
Lisa.Massari@bosmedicalstaffing.com 

Newsletter Archive

Update My Info

Blog

Copyright BOS Medical Staffing, 651 W. Broad Street, Athens, GA 30601. All rights reserved.

We at BOS Medical Staffing wish to clearly identify ourselves. We only send staffing and management related tips and ideas to our clients and others who have expressed interest in receiving our information. You have the right to opt-out of our mailing list at any time using the remove link found at the bottom of every newsletter. If you would be interested in specific staffing advice for your organization, please contact us at 706-775-8907.

This email was sent to:

REFER A FRIEND to help a friend find a job and/or add them to our mailing list
UPDATE your subscriber information and preferences
REMOVE yourself from this list and/or future mailings