Pumpkin spice and our laboratory staffing website

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The dropping temperatures and falling leaves indicate winter is not far away. The cooler nights mean more blankets on our beds and warmer pajamas. Our windows will be closed and the heat will be turned on. We’re drinking more hot beverages -- yours may even be the infamous pumpkin spice flavor (we won’t judge).

Along with the changes outside our windows, we’ve been working on some transformations that we’re excited to tell you about!

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HCI is pleased to announce our upgraded and updated laboratory staffing website, www.labcareer.com. It has a brand new look with much easier functionality, brighter colors, better images — it’s us all dressed up!

From our website you can submit a resume, connect with a recruiter, search for open clinical and anatomic lab jobs, request help staffing your laboratory, and read our latest blogs. You can even subscribe to our blogs to make sure you don’t miss anything else we’re up to!

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And have you seen our new logo? The microscope was chosen because we staff laboratories. That’s our only focus. Surrounding the microscope is a bright slightly open circle depicting our belief that our clients, employees, and staff members are family. The circle is not fully closed because we are always open to growth, opportunity, and change.

Actually, just like the changes in seasonality, we’ve got more changes up our sleeves that are only going to make us better able to help YOU so stay tuned.

We’ve been helping people and laboratories since 1997, yet we’re only getting started. Expect more from HCI, the industry leader in clinical and anatomic pathology recruitment for both perm and travel.

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Author: Karen DiDonato

Karen, our digital content strategist, has worked with HCI since 2004. She holds a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in communications. In her free time she enjoys baking, reading, and gardening.

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