What do you do when you don't like your job and you feel stuck? In this video, Jenna and Phil discuss their ideas for bringing excellence to a job, even when you don't like it.
Of all of the questions you have to answer in a job interview, questions about salary seem to be the most difficult. In this video, we discuss some of the fundamentals of answering those questions and demonstrate how to effectively answer salary questions.
This was the simple question I was asked before I started working for RPI. I remember thinking to myself, “What a nice perk.” I didn’t think much of it and chose a PC (the wrong decision, according to most of my co-workers).
Yet over the last year, I realized that question wasn’t a nice perk at all. It was something so much more significant.
That question represents a core part of RPI’s culture. We are individuals. We have preferences and want different things from life and our careers.
We are unified in our desire to build healthier and happier communities, our quest for clinical excellence, and our support for each other. Yet we are individuals, and how we accomplish that, looks different from person to person.
Some want a variety of patients, some want to treat all endurance athletes, some want to see the aging population, and others want to treat specific conditions.
Some want to work long days and have a day off, others want...