Introducing Recruitment Alley's Healthcare Rockstar of the Month — a monthly segment created to showcase the amazing healthcare professionals that we have the pleasure of working with. Each month, the Recruitment Alley team selects one outstanding individual who exemplifies the RA culture in their quality of work. Click the Rockstar below to view their feature.
"You guys are more hands-on. The communication is so much better with Recruitment Alley."
"Growing up I always wanted to be a nurse. My family is also in the medical field."
“I want to be the type of person to be there for someone and help them out."
"One of the benefits of this field is there's always something new to learn. There's always a door open somewhere. it's just finding the door."
"Treating others the way you want to be treated because you got to have heart. If you don’t have a heart, you don’t belong here."
“My experience has been pretty delightful. I've met a lot of new people I'm able to talk every day to different people you know get to know them. So, I think that I just like the social aspect of it.”
“Being here. Being a part of [Recruitment Alley] is very exciting to me. You guys go above and beyond for us. So why not put a little bit of our effort to go above and beyond and show who we are as a whole."
“Be patient. Be so patient. I understand it’s hard. Sometimes you have up until 10, 12 patients. Like when the facility really needs you, you have 12. It’s really hard sometimes when you have that many patients but the most you can do is be patient.”
“One of my residents told me, not to settle. To believe in myself that I could do whatever I want to do. Just to follow my dreams and do whatever I want. Not to let people tell me that I can’t do something and to believe in myself.”
“I see the company growing as I’ve been here this last year. From the start when I got here and now, we’ve doubled in size. I see great things. I’m learning. I’m learning how to help them make it a success. Better I hope, you know stronger, better, faster.”
“I like working with the patients. I go to them, talk to them, they tell me their life’s story. I think that’s really interesting, getting to know them.”
"It is hard sometimes to come and be that voice of reason... But when it comes down to it, if the place is burning down, you have to be the one to put everybody back together again."
"There’s always room for improvement, there’s always room to do better and that’s what I do every time I go to work. What can I do today to improve myself? What can I do today to make someone’s day better?"
“[Patient’s] families are basically entrusting you to take care of their loved ones when they can’t. They’re all so happy that you’re there to help them—that’s the biggest motivating factors.”
"It just makes you want to go to work every day. Everything behind the Recruitment Alley staff is amazing.”
“Some people, they don’t even have anything but us. It feels so great, at the end of the day, knowing that you make a difference in someone’s life.”
“Every day is memorable for me. I like how residents act toward me, at the end of the day they’re very grateful, they tell me how kind I am. That’s something that really makes me love my job even more, because they say that, it makes me feel very very very special.”
“Recruitment Alley makes everybody feel like we’re a part of the family. We’re not just employees, we’re their family. I just love the communication and the fact that you guys look out for us.”
“I feel like I’m destined to help people and care for them. I love the positive impact I can make in the lives of people and the difference to make them happy, make them feel loved and cared for.”
"I love the teamwork. Everybody that we meet, even if it was the first time we met, there's a lot of teamwork. If I haven’t met the person, they’re still willing to help, they’re very helpful and likewise I [help]. It just feels like a second family at work, its very nice."
"Why do I like to work at Recruitment Alley—actually I LOVE it. It builds connections, it builds relationships between a new nurse and new CNAs, I can meet a lot of people… they give me a flexible schedule, and it's not that hard. You just need to communicate with your leaders, and its as simple as that! Then you get a paycheck for every week! Go for it!"