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HTM and Imaging Engineers Most Difficult Jobs to Fill in Healthcare

Recent articles highlight the unprecedented turnover of hospital personnel.  (See http://www.htmblogg.com , May 18, 2017) .   A recent poll revealed that more than half of the respondents had been at their hospital for less than 5 years, but 43% had been there less than 2 years.  While the lack of longevity of any personnel… Continue reading HTM and Imaging Engineers Most Difficult Jobs to Fill in Healthcare

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Non-Compete Reform: A Policymaker’s Guide to State Policies

Note from Pat Lynch:  This paper came from http://www.whitehouse.gov.  The link to the original paper is at the end or the article.  It contains very useful information for any Biomed or Imaging Engineer who is employed under a Non-Compete agreement and who wishes to explore their options to change jobs.  It lists the specific laws… Continue reading Non-Compete Reform: A Policymaker’s Guide to State Policies

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State Call to Action on Non-Compete Agreements

  Earlier this year, the President launched an initiative to stoke competition across our economy – giving a fair shot to workers, start-ups and small businesses across the country. The President called on departments and agencies to take actions that will empower and inform consumers, workers and entrepreneurs, and ultimately boost the economy. As a… Continue reading State Call to Action on Non-Compete Agreements

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What You Need to Know About Non-Compete Agreements, and How States are Responding:

From Pat Lynch –  I was looking for something else on the White House website and found this.  I believe that it is of use to many Biomeds and Imaging Service Engineers.  I will post more about Non-Compete agreements next week.  Pat  MAY 5, 2016 AT 11:16 AM ET BY RYAN BURKE Summary: Today, the… Continue reading What You Need to Know About Non-Compete Agreements, and How States are Responding: