Best Practices for Keeping Your Physician Pipeline Full

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The one thing any healthcare recruiter can count on is the difficulties inherent in finding medical talent for their organization. In fact, it’s harder now to lure employed clinical and administrative staff away from their existing position because most of us are too busy to even take the call of a recruiter. In the thick Read More

Finding Your Leadership Style Based on Employees Personality

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The best managers in any industry recognize the intrinsic value in understanding what makes their workers tick. This is especially true in healthcare, where highly-skilled knowledge workers make up the majority of the workforce. Culture suffers when a manager fails to adapt their style to the individual needs of the workers they are responsible for. Read More

Best Practices to Avoid Age Discrimination in Recruitment Processes

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Age discrimination in hiring is still a real problem, despite laws that made it illegal 50-years ago. The AARP did a survey that showed: One in four workers aged 45 or older heard negative comments about their age at work. Three in five older workers have experienced workplace age discrimination. 76% of older workers say Read More

How to Assist Your Candidates with Their Job Search During Coronavirus

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Almost everything has changed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic—except for the fact that almost all candidates who were willing to make a job change before the pandemic are still willing and available to interview. How can recruiters in the healthcare field continue to serve their candidates and clients during the uncertainties of a Read More

The Power of Transparency When Recruiting Healthcare Executives

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Creating a culture of transparency is the new imperative for business, and healthcare is not immune from this trend. This may seem like a contradiction in an industry where privacy is so important it’s regulated by law. But in today’s competitive healthcare markets, where a shortage of talent is so prevalent, organizational transparency is a Read More

3 Reasons Online Reviews Can Hurt Your Recruiting Efforts

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It seems doctors and clinical organizations are still adjusting to the new era of healthcare consumerism. Today, your patients are more likely than ever to research your facility, comment on their experience, and make decisions based on online reviews — even over clinical performance. But those online reviews can do more than attract or repel Read More

5 Reasons Physicians Are Leaving Their Jobs

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If your healthcare facility is experiencing losses from the ranks of your clinical teams, you are not alone. While the rest of the nation has been experiencing historically low unemployment, highly skilled workers in healthcare are even more in demand than almost any other job category. This leaves healthcare organizations vulnerable as they seek to Read More

How to Attract and Maintain a Multi-Generational Healthcare Workforce

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In many HR departments and recruiting circles, the discussion centers on Millennials and how to attract and retain them. While Millennials have now surpassed Baby Boomers as the predominant force in the marketplace, a reality that should be noted is that Baby Boomers and GenXers are living and working longer. With healthcare about to experience Read More

6 Job Description Best Practices to Capture Top Executive Talent

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  In the healthcare sector, finding and attracting top executive talent is about to get even more difficult. By next year, the U.S. will face a shortage of 90,000 doctors. Physician retirement, coupled with an influx of older baby boomers, will stretch our systems of care to the max. Healthcare organizations will compete for executive Read More

Interview Questions to Understand Your Next Executives Management Style

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Interviewing a healthcare executive can be a challenging experience. A high-level white-collar executive is an expert on topics like reimbursement and safety. The hiring team must know enough about the role to ensure they understand the candidate’s skill level in areas like change management and staff supervision, public relations, and financial oversight. Interviewers should develop Read More

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