GHRR, a preferred partner of HealthcareSource, shares an overview of the current state of employment screening in healthcare.
To elevate the importance of gratitude for nurses, The Daisy Foundation shares its Times Square billboard campaign.
More and more employers are getting sued for violating state and federal laws related to their background screening procedures. Learn how to reduce risk.
I love technology, and there’s still a handful of apps I rely on to get things done; but in today’s digital era, there’s something refreshing about going back to pen and paper. I thought I would share a few of my personal successes from using an analog productivity system. Here are five things I learned through my Bullet Journaling, and the reasoning behind the reasons why I believe healthcare HR professionals would benefit from adopting the practice.
The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA), a personal membership group of the American Hospital Association (AHA), proudly announces the fifth year of Healthcare HR Week. The week of March 13 – 19, 2016, has been designated to commend healthcare human resources (HR) professionals for their hard work and dedication.
Effective teamwork in healthcare can have an immediate and positive impact on patient care. Developing a culture that values teamwork has not only proven to boost existing staff relationships, but it can also help increase efficiency, job satisfaction, responsiveness and much more.
Editorial Note: This is a guest blog post written by Mira Greenland, the Vice President of Sales for CareerArc’s social recruiting division. This post is part one of a series of three blog posts where Mira will offer her unique perspective on how to develop and execute a social recruitment strategy with industry-specific tips for healthcare talent management professionals.
Written by David Szary, Former SVP & General Manager, Lean Human Capital by HealthcareSource In recent years, the U.S. healthcare system has undergone significant transformation, partially due to the initiatives put in place by the 2010 Affordable Care Act. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare employment is projected to increase from 16.4 million in 2010 to 22
Editorial Note: In recognition of Health Care HR Week, we have invited Dawn M. Rose, JD, PHR, Executive Director for The American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) to write a guest blog offering her perspective on how healthcare HR professionals can make the most of this week’s celebrations. It’s no secret that efforts to recognize and appreciate employees lead
We know that quality of patient care is highly dependent on the performance of a hospital’s staff members. Not only can a bad hire be detrimental to patient safety, but it can also affect a hospital’s reputation as well. That’s why recruiting and screening for the most qualified talent is more critical than ever in