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Alternate job titles: Clinical Social Worker - LCSW

Provides clinical social work services to patients and their families. Counsels and provides crisis intervention for patients, including assessment and treatment of emotional and behavioral problems. Coaches patients on how to manage ongoing health conditions and provides therapy to help patients make positive behavior changes. Requires a master's degree of social work (MSW). Typically reports to the head of a unit/department. Requires a state license to practice clinical social work. Years of experience may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main... view job details

Alternate job titles: Clinical Social Worker - MSW

Provides social work services to hospital patients and their families. Counsels and provides crisis intervention for patients, including assessment and treatment of emotional and behavioral problems related to hospitalization. Participates as a member of multi-disciplinary team and may assist patients in treatment planning. May contribute to the formulation of discharge plans. May take a leadership role on more complex cases. Requires a master's degree of social work. Typically reports to a manager. Years of experience may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specia... view job details

Alternate job titles: Clinical Social Worker - BSW

Provides social work services to hospital patients and their families. Counsels and provides crisis intervention for patients, including assessment and treatment of emotional and behavioral problems related to hospitalization. Participates as a member of multi-disciplinary team and may assist patients in treatment planning. May contribute to the formulation of discharge plans. Requires a bachelor's degree of social work. Typically reports to a manager. Years of experience may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. view job details

The Social Worker - Master's provides crisis intervention and assists families in understanding the implications and complexities of the life situation and its impact on lifestyle. Interviews clients and their families and coordinates and plans programs and activities to meet their social and emotional needs. Being a Social Worker - Master's responsibilities also include involvement in the discharge planning process. Provides professional social work assistance to clients and families as related to illness, disease, hospitalization, financial and educational needs by utilizing a variety of mod... view job details

The Social Worker - Bachelor's provides crisis intervention and assists families in understanding the implications and complexities of a life situation and its impact on lifestyle. Interviews clients and their families and coordinates and plans programs and activities to meet their social and emotional needs. Being a Social Worker - Bachelor's serves as a liaison between health care facilities and government agencies. Identifies, assesses, and coordinates client cases; and anticipates their needs related to illness, hospitalization, finances, education, and home/community service. In addition,... view job details

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The National Older Worker Career Center (NOWCC) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting experienced workers as a valuable and critical component of the nation's workforce. Since its establishment in 1997 NOWCC has -- through hundreds of workers ages 55+ -- provided over 15 million hours of dedicated, experienced labor to two federal agencies. NOWCC currently operates cost-effective, flexible and innovative experienced worker programs for the Environmental Protection Agency (https://seeprogram.nowcc.org/home), the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the US Department ... view company details

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"This Could be Heaven..." You may enjoy contributing to communities like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, where you can expand your network, share information, and raise your visibility. Or maybe it’s a love-hate thing -- with the ever-increasing options, the need to keep all your profiles up to date, and all the strangers angling to be your 'friend.' Brings to mind the line from 'Hotel California' by the 70s pop band The Eagles: 'You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.' Not to mention: 'We are all just prisoners here of our own device.' Make that devices!Patrice-... view article details

Would you study and memorize all of your friends' contact information even though you had a working smartphone? How about doing the dishes by hand despite an operational dishwasher in your kitchen? Of course you wouldn't, because both of those devices make life exponentially easier and more efficent.Which is why taking a traditional approach to job-hunting when a host of social networking tools are at your fingertips doesn't make any sense.So says Miriam Salpeter -- a career coach, Salary.com blogger, and author of 'Social Networking for Career Success: Using Online Tools to Create a Personal ... view article details

If you're actively seeking a new job, there is little doubt you've incorporated some use of social media into that search.For years now we've had the big three: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Now Google has entered the market with Google+. So, which social media site is the best for helping you find a new job?Before you begin, you have to understand the two primary ways you can use social media while job hunting.The most obvious way to use social media is to advertise who you are and what you bring to the table.Social media is great for this because there is so much content being created and ... view article details

Dear Heather,What do you do about someone who just about stole your LinkedIn profile?! I've run into 'Amy' at a few networking events and noticed afterward that she kept looking at my online profile. At first I was flattered, but I finally looked at hers and found that she has posted, almost word for word, MY profile job description!! I was trying to be nice and introduce her to people at some industry events because she's new and a little socially awkward but began distancing myself after she asked for my contact list (!). Now I'm angry. How can I handle this? I worked hard on my profile and ... view article details

Navigating the Social Media Minefield Spotting the mistakes of others is easy: The cringe-inducing Facebook status message. The ill-advised 'after hours' tweet. Using Foursquare to check-in at an establishment of questionable repute. While social media provides a multitude of opportunities, the flip side is indelicate revelations are always just a click away.We know, we know...YOU would never do that. But there are other social media blunders that are far less egregious you might be committing. And those mistakes could be holding back your job search or attempts at advancement.Navigat... view article details

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“I love this conference because it’s 22,000 people looking for the same thing: knowledge,” Jillian Marques, Director of HR at Salary.com Putting 'Human' Back in Human Resources Human Resources: a profession that is rooted in its very nomenclature. As much as our society puts impetus on selling technology, services, or products, it is really the people, the workers, managers, and customers, who determine whether a company sinks, or floats. That’s why HR is like a beating heart for any organization – pumping life through every department (and every cubicle). A company may have the best product ... view blog & white papers details

At Salary.com, we strive to keep pace with all things compensation and HR. That’s why we’ve started the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the space, so you can stay up to date on what’s trending in the industry and what your peers are talking about. 1. Five Workplace Issues We’ll Be Talking About in 2018 2017 was an active year in the HR industry with hot topics such as pay equity, workplace harassment, generation inclusion, flexible and remote work, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) dominating much of the conversation. A lot of these topic... view blog & white papers details

We saw the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the US back in late January and lockdowns became widespread by the end of March. There was a general hope back then that if we all behaved properly and beat the virus into submission, that life would return to semi-normal by the end of the Summer. Clearly, that didn’t happen, and there is a growing belief it won’t happen until a vaccine is approved and widely administered. What we hoped would be a brutal, but short hit to the economy is turning into a much longer economic event that will have significant and permanent impacts on American workers.... view blog & white papers details

How do you make your company stand out? How do your make your company appeal to prospects among thousands of job postings, particularly in this War for Talent? Many companies are solving this problem with excellent employer branding. When a company has a recognizable brand, it positions that business for success; customers flock to buy the well-known and trusted product, and top talent vies to secure a position at a highly successful company. Ever ask to borrow someone’s ChapStick? ChapStick’s brand has become universally synonymous with their product: any company’s dream. So, as an employer, ... view blog & white papers details

Welcome to the fifth edition of the “compensation corral” – a monthly round-up summarizing 10 topically relevant articles in the space. The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018 and warranted a lot of chatter in the working world – including within the HR industry. Compliance, salary history inquiry bans, and Artificial Intelligent (AI) also continued to dominate much of the conversation this month. Here’s the top 10 articles we feel are worth the click: 1) Tips to Ensure Your Comp Plan Is Compliant with the Law When designing, impleme... view blog & white papers details