The Athletico team is excited to join more than 12,000 professionals at the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) 2019 Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) at the end of this month. CSM is the largest physical therapy conference in the country where professionals have the opportunity to take continuing education courses, learn about clinical advancements, as well as network with industry leaders and peers.
The American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) is right around the corner. There are many things for attendees to do at the event, from networking to taking advantage of learning opportunities.
Athletico’s recent Twitter Chat, “Live with Athletico: PT & OT Careers” tapped the insights of Mark Kaufman, Athletico President and CEO, to discuss the current and future landscape of the physical and occupational therapy professions.
Searching for a new job can be a long and grueling process. In addition to spending hours researching companies and applying to job postings online, job seekers oftentimes have to pass a phone interview before even meeting with a hiring manager.
If you pursue a position within a larger organization like Athletico, meeting with a corporate recruiter will likely be the first step in the interview process.
Corporate recruiters are trained professionals who have experience interviewing and vetting candidates. The goal for these recruiters is to match the right candidate with the right position. If you find yourself working with a corporate recruiter during the job search process, check out the tips featured below from Athletico’s own Talent Acquisition Team.
It can be tough to make it through the screening process and land a job interview, which is why you should be proud when you get a call back from a potential employer.
In order to impress at the interview, however, you must stand out from the rest of the competition. For some help, check out the ten job interview tips that are highlighted below:
You have likely heard the phrase “the devil is in the details,” which suggests the importance of paying attention to the details of a project because this is typically where mistakes happen.
This phrase should be kept top of mind for job seekers in the job search process. After all, a small mistake in a resume or job application can be the difference between landing an interview and ending up in the “No” pile.