This is a guest blog by Rachel Weeks, Director of Marketing at HealthcareSource. Rachel leads the team responsible for demand generation, corporate communications and marketing operations, and has extensive experience working with recruiters to build successful teams. Connect with Rachel on LinkedIn. Hiring managers typically have an ideal profile for the positions they are looking to
This is a guest blog by Valerie Granuzzo, Associate Marketing Manager of the HealthcareSource eLearning Library Group at HealthcareSource. Valerie is responsible for the development of our educational webinars and marketing programs pertaining to courseware. Connect with Valerie on LinkedIn. June 1st kicked of CPR Awareness Week. Working in healthcare, CPR training is something that is so commonplace it
This post is an excerpt from our latest white paper, 7 Questions for Selecting the Right Applicant Tracking System. In this white paper, we share 7 questions designed to guide healthcare organizations like yours, through the process of selecting the right Applicant Tracking System (ATS) for your organization as well as a Vendor Selection Checklist. In this
This post is an excerpt from our white paper, Learn From Your Peers: 5 Best Practices for Implementing a Learning Management System. This white paper summarizes conversations with several organizational development professionals and learning management administrators from Baptist Health, Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Caron Treatment Centers, Crouse Hospital, and Kennedy Health System who recently implemented a new learning
When my organization asked for people to blog, I thought “sure I can do that!” I am a seasoned HR professional with a Journalism and English degree. They then suggested that I blog about how I got to HealthcareSource—my enthusiasm immediately turned into writer’s block. “Oh no!” I thought, “How do you condense a personal journey
Quality of patient care is almost entirely dependent on the efforts of the hospital staff. In the healthcare industry, employee satisfaction is crucial due to the direct correlation between employees’ happiness and patients’ happiness. Recruiting and retaining top healthcare talent is the key to quality care and high patient satisfaction scores. Here are four suggested “do’s
In the spirit of National Nurses Week, here is a humorous interpretation of a few of the realizations you’ve likely had at one point or another during your nursing career. Enjoy! 1. When you realize that you will never have soft, manicured hands again.
I attended a session on diversity this week at the Granite State HR Conference in New Hampshire. The speaker, Regina Clark, opened her presentation with this question, “Why are you attending a session on diversity when New Hampshire is one of the least diverse states in the country?” The response was eye opening and it
When Jimmy Fallon sits down to write his weekly thank you notes on “The Tonight Show,” he is mocking a practice that some people may feel is as dated as a ruffled, powder blue tuxedo circa 1981. Jimmy asks James, the keyboard player from The Roots to play some “thank you note-writing music,” as he
This post is an excerpt from our white paper, Becoming a Best Place to Work Organization: Recruiting & Retention Strategies for Healthcare.This white paper summarizes conversations with several Best Place to Work organizations and highlights how Human Resources plays a central role in contributing to a Best Place to Work environment through recruiting and retention strategies.