How to Encourage Recent Graduates to Join Your FQHC

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Graduating talent is particularly important in the healthcare field, with the shortage of physicians, nurses, and other clinical and administrative workers approaching critical mass in the next five years or so. The problem is expected to be particularly acute in rural communities who already struggle to attract and retain healthcare teams. FQHCs provide healthcare services Read More

8 Ways You Can Better Work With Your Recruitment Agency

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Historically low unemployment means employers need to get creative in their approach to sourcing, interviewing, and hiring new talent. In this environment, staffing firms become the extra set of eyes and ears you need to find talent in unexpected places. These companies come with an established network of talent already in their pipeline, plus the Read More

Career Advice From The Nation’s Top CEO and Executives is Relevant for FQHC leaders

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Sometimes the best advice comes from people who have been there. For both junior and seasoned healthcare managers, receiving free advice from a top corporate executive could be money in the bank in terms of their career. Asking a friend or family member for advice if they haven’t “lived it” means all they’re doing is Read More

How to Recruit Passive Healthcare Candidates

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It’s getting harder to find healthcare workers. CNN Business reports that 2.3 million new skilled healthcare workers must come on board by 2025 to keep up with demand. The pressures of an aging population require the healthcare community step up to find more talent. But Managed Care Magazine reports the need for lower-skilled workers will Read More

CPR in recruitment

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What is CPR in recruiting?  It’s Contact Point Resolution. The old adage “patience is a virtue,” is the caution heard round the world, usually offered in the face of hasty energy or urgency. In a field like recruitment, however, urgency is a necessity considering the rapid rate at which candidates and openings can emerge, develop, Read More

Common mistakes during the hiring process

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Vetting vs. Recruiting: this is a balancing act.  No one wants to make a bad hiring decision, but knowing when to vet and when to recruit can be the difference between getting a great new hire or just someone to fill a seat.  Most hiring authorities start vetting before they have sold any value. Sell your opportunity first and then explain to the candidate what you are looking for.  Read More