Successful healthcare recruiting in the 21st century involves more than putting up a job posting and waiting for applications. Instead of solely viewing job search websites, many potential applicants find information via social media and from referrals or information given to them by friends and family. Don’t get us wrong — your strategy should still include posting on job boards. But in order to be competitive in the marketplace and attract the most qualified job applicants, you have to have a recruitment plan that goes beyond the initial job posting.
Learn how Daniel Blandford, Employment Supervisor at Owensboro Health and 2016 Talent-in-Talent Award Winner, leveraged several HealthcareSource talent management solutions to implement new predictive hiring models and candidate selection programs across the organization to combat turnover and improve employee retention rates
When you and your team begin to focus on the four key high-performance work practices, you’ll increase employee engagement, improving patient outcomes and safety. Find out how.
Your onboarding process is the first tool that your organization has to retaining talented employees; these 10 tips can help you engage new healthcare graduates from day one.
Nurses Week is a great time to examine if your organization is doing all it can to create an environment where nurses want to work, thrive, and grow their careers. Our Nurse Engagement Toolkit gives healthcare talent management professionals resources for creating a culture and employer brand that will help you continue to attract, source, align, and develop highly engaged nursing teams.
The healthcare hiring process has become more challenging and competitive than ever for recruiters. But you can reduce your time-to-fill by improving how you interview candidates. We’re not suggesting you should rush the interview process — the wrong hire can cost the organization more in the end. In fact, a study published in Healthcare Finance News found that one unfilled healthcare position can cost an average of $7,700. Here are five interviewing best practices you should consider to meet today’s healthcare hiring demands.
In healthcare human resources and nursing leaders commit to improving workforce engagement and creating positive professional practice environments through leadership synergy, the ability to navigate the complex challenges inherent in today’s healthcare environment is enhanced. Individual and organizational goals are achieved through collaborative coordination that ultimately improves the quality of care for patients, families and the communities we serve.
Talent Symposium 2016 — the annual HealthcareSource User Conference is upon us, and we’ve got a great event filled with education, hands-on training, expert insights, and networking you’re not going to find anywhere else!
One week from today, Kathy B. Dempsey, President of Keep Shedding! Inc. will take the keynote stage at Talent Symposium 2016 — the annual HealthcareSource User Conference. As a former hospital executive, she strategically led Memorial Health Care System’s organizational development efforts to become one of top 100 hospitals in the country. The fun, interactive session is packed with practical strategies for immediate implementation both on the job and at home.
An otherwise qualified applicant has typos on their resume. What’s a healthcare recruiter to do, especially in the highly competitive war for healthcare talent?