Human Resources

March 26, 2013

Minnesota’s well-paying jobs shift to health care

By Logan Lafferty Logan Lafferty

Minnesota is just 1,000 jobs short of replacing the 160,000 jobs it lost during the Great Recession. But well-paying construction and manufacturing jobs are down over the past five years while health care jobs are on the rise, according to a Finance & Commerce analysis of state jobs data…Rochester-based Mayo Clinic, Minnesota’s largest private employer, saw its jobs […]

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Tags: Finance & Commerce, health care jobs, recession, well-paying jobs


May 1, 2012

New Collaboration Helps Mayo Clinic Reach out to More People beyond Clinic Walls

By Mystery User

Mayo Clinic and Benefitfocus, the country’s largest benefits technology company, announced a new collaboration today at One Place, the company’s biggest event for human resources, health care and technology leaders. “Touching more people in a meaningful way will require Mayo to build relationships and interact with people beyond the walls of Mayo’s hospitals and clinics,” […]

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Tags: Benefitfocus, Dr. John Noseworthy, One Place, Wall Street Journal


January 27, 2012

Which of the “Best Cos. To Work For” Has 1,600 Openings?

By Mystery User

Three Minnesota companies—General Mills, Allianz Life, and the Mayo Clinic—made Fortune’s list of the “100 best companies to work for”; but Mayo—with 1,600 job openings—is also on the magazine’s short list of companies hiring in significant numbers. Not only is the Mayo Clinic among the “100 best companies to work for,” it is also looking […]

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Tags: 100 Best Companies to Work For, Allianz Life, Fortune Magazine, General Mills, job openings


January 26, 2012

Want a job at a “best company”? Mayo Clinic has 1,600 openings

By Mystery User

Last week Fortune magazine published its list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Now it’s ranking which of those companies are doing the most hiring. Mayo Clinic is near the top with 1,600 openings — 285 of them for registered nurses. It’s also looking to fill other health care, research, finance and administrative positions…So […]

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Tags: 100 Best Companies to Work For, administrative positions, Brent Bultema, finance positions, Fortune Magazine, health care positions, hiring, registered nurses, research positions


March 25, 2010

Jobs at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota…

By Mystery User

Folks who live outside Rochester, Minnesota might struggle to comprehend the impact of Mayo Clinic upon the employment of this community of a little more than 100,000 people.  Mayo noted recently, for example, that — nationwide — it has a $22 billion effect on the economy each year…   As of February, 2010, according to […]

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Tags: economy, employees


March 12, 2010

CSI: Cannon Falls – students go high-tech

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

CSI: Cannon Falls? Laboratory investigators have been turned into television stars by the mega-hit CSI series and its two spin-offs.   Recently, Cannon Falls biology students relished the chance to try their part playing the role when a mobile science laboratory made a stop at their school and let them get their hands on over […]

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Tags: mobile science laboratory


March 4, 2010

Mayo’s Mobile Science Lab

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

Triton High School in Dodge Center is a little more high-tech than usual this week. Students there are using some of the newest science equipment thanks to Mayo Clinic…   Mayo Clinic’s Mobile Science Lab has temporarily provided the class with more than 50-thousand dollars worth of lab equipment the students normally wouldn’t be able […]

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Tags: mobile science lab


March 3, 2010

MN hires, so does Mayo Clinic…

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

“Minnesota employers added 15,600 jobs in January, the largest one-month gain in state employment since April 2005,” says the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. Thus, Minnesota’s unemployment rate fell to 7.3 percent. I take note that Mayo in Rochester is looking for an analyst programmer, a surgical core technician and a cashier today. […]

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Tags: economic impact, hiring


February 15, 2010

Hospital suspends competitor

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

A local surgeon has been suspended from practicing at Fairmont Medical Center, accused of harassing, bullying and threatening staff over an extended period of time….   As of Wednesday, Dr. Corey Welchlin is suspended from operating privileges at the medical center…   The hospital’s petition, along with affidavits from chief administrative officer Stephen Pribyl and […]

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Tags: Dr. Corey Welchlin, suspended employee


January 21, 2010

Mayo Clinic diversity director to start in February

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

Mayo Clinic is interviewing candidates and hopes to announce a new diversity director in early February, a clinic official said.   The new director will work closely with Linda Matti, administrator for diversity for Mayo Clinic, to implement Mayo’s strategic plan for diversity systemwide, Matti said.   Mayo Clinic President and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy […]

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Tags: Diversity


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