StaffLink is Hiring a Service Coordinator

StaffLink is Hiring a Service Coordinator

StaffLink is experiencing growth. Due to our growth StaffLink is advertising and interviewing candidates for the position of Service Coordinator. We are seeking an administrative person to recruit, hire and schedule nursing and home health personnel. The job is full-time with benefits. The hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 to 5:00 pm. Candidate must have…

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StaffLink is Hiring Personnel for Physician Office Staffing

StaffLink is Hiring Personnel for Physician Office Staffing

In the last few days StaffLink received a request from a physician’s office for a temporary Medical Receptionist position, that has the potential to become a permanent position. This position was located in St. Louis’s central County area. Here are the details on the position. If interested please apply immediately by calling StaffLink at 314-997-8833.…

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Grateful for the New Year!!! Approaching 35 Years in Business!!!

Grateful for the New Year!!! Approaching 35 Years in Business!!!

As the owner of StaffLink, I do not take for granted being in business for 35 years. I am grateful for our longevity. During my 35 years in business, I have learned a lot. A lot of what I have learned has benefited our clients and employees. We have been through many ups and downs,…

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Eleven (11) New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

Eleven (11) New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

Currently, nearly 10,000 baby boomers a day turn 65 years old. This is going to continue for the next 30 years. The United States population that is over 65 years of age will grow from just under 50 million to nearly 90-100 million in the next 30-40 years! These numbers will continue to have a significant impact on family caregiving. Here are eleven…

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Ten (10) Stress Busting and Self-Care Tips for Caregivers During the Holidays

Ten (10) Stress Busting and Self-Care Tips for Caregivers During the Holidays

The holiday season typically includes a lot of hustle and bustle. There are holiday traditions and expectations that one might find overwhelming to fulfill if they have a busy family or are a professional caregiver. The current extended pandemic adds another layer of stress to caregiving and holiday expectations. We recommend the following tips to…

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A Holiday and Year-End Letter from StaffLink President, Gretchen Curry, MSPH

A Holiday and Year End Letter from StaffLink President, Gretchen Curry, MSPH

Dear StaffLink Friends, As we enter the holiday season and wrap up 2021, I sit in a seat of thankfulness. As I and other business owners entered the beginning of 2020, we had no foreboding of the challenges that would face us as businesses, as individuals, as a country or world-wide this year. The COVID-19…

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Caregivers Get Your Booster and Flu Vaccinations Before Holiday Gatherings

Caregivers Get Your Booster and Flu Vaccinations before holiday gatherings

  As we enter the winter holiday season, I recommend that you get your COVID booster and seasonal flu vaccinations before anticipated family and holiday gatherings. Family gatherings have proved to be a leading vector for the spread of the COVID virus. As we wrestle with the more contagious Delta variant and as we are…

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StaffLink Provides No-Cost Home Care Options to St. Louis Area Veterans

StaffLink Provides No-Cost Home Care Options to St. Louis Area Veterans

StaffLink has been providing home care services to veterans for over three decades. It is an honor to service these men and women. There are two (2) options for veterans to receive home care services paid for by the Veterans Administration from StaffLink. I remember the name of one of the first veterans StaffLink served.…

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Eight (8) Ways to Say “Thank You” to a Caregiver During the Thanksgiving Holiday

Eight (8) Ways to Say “Thank You” to a Caregiver During the Thanksgiving Holiday

“What am I thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday?” You, like millions of other family members across America, may answer this question with, “ I am thankful for our primary family or professional caregiver who helps provide care to our special loved one.” Millions of family caregivers and professional caregivers provide care on a daily basis…

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Yes, Your Loss Matters: Accepting the Experience of Grief

Yes, Your Loss Matters: Accepting the Experience of Grief

Written By: Amy Neu, MSW, LCSW “We are all dealing with the collective loss of the world we knew. The world we knew is now gone forever.” – David Kessler Lately in my practice, I have been hearing clients describe their surprise in feeling mixed emotions upon reunification with their loved ones. Yes, they are experiencing…

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