Brian Torchin Helping Companies Maintain the Best Employees
Finding the best employees can often prove especially difficult. On top of this, it is often more difficult to maintain these employees. It is all about having the right connection between company and workers, yet this usually does not take place. It is why Brian Torchin runs HCRC, which is a top staffing company designed to connect medical offices and law firms with the top talent in the industry. This is something Brian is especially passionate about and, thanks to his educational background and current career path, he has managed to created a powerful, strong connection that is sure to help thousands of possible workers in the future.
Angel.co shows Brian started off his educational career at the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Sciences. From there, he went on to obtain his DC in chiropractic medicine from the New York Chiropractic College. With the focus on improving the overall movement of the human body, he had an initial passion for medicine. In fact, he went on to public several documents and articles about the topic.
Brian updates his Behance and a regular blog on the HCRC website. This blog is designed to help not only the medical and legal communities but to simply offer a general output destined to help individuals looking for work as well. In his March, 2016 post, he wrote about how it is necessary to beat out the physician burnout. It is easy for such physicians to just become stressed and tired of their work. The long hours can place a toll on almost everyone, yet it can also reduce the quality of work if it is not appropriately looked at. With what Brian Torchin has done with the blog, he shows how it is possible to beat and avoid this issue all together.
Brian understands how important it is to have a strong public face. The public face makes the business more trustworthy and accessible to outsiders. That is why he has done everything in his power to assist with the creation of the company and to offer the blogs as means of support to the community. Find him on Topix where Brian discusses the state of working in the medical field.