You should strive to hire employees with clinical knowledge of mental illness, so your staff can detect and treat residents at the earliest sign of symptoms. Keeping these unique needs in mind will help you hire well-equipped employees.
This infographic takes a close look at the comprehensive journey to a new nurse’s first day — does your organization do all it can to optimize its time-to-start?
In honor of Nurses’ Week, we assembled this expert advice for you to apply to each step of the nurse hiring process, so you can not only hire, but keep the best quality of nurses, that you need at your organization.
Try these strategies and recommendations to create and deliver competitive compensation packages for nurses, so you can attract and retain the high-quality talent you need.
You sourced and hired the right nursing talent, now you must make sure they’re onboarded correctly. Here’s a checklist for designing or upgrading your new hire onboarding experience for nursing staff.
You’re finally ready to meet your nursing candidates face-to-face. As such, you’ll need to be prepared to probe candidates not only for their clinical skills, but also their behavioral competencies.
Improve nurse recruiting success with sourcing strategies beyond the usual tactics and attract top talent to your hospital or senior living facility.
Nurses are in high-demand, and you need to promote your organization as an employer of choice. You can attract the right talent by optimizing your job postings to better connect with nurses’ values and professional desires.
Improving your process for recruiting nurses starts with healthcare recruiters working closely with hiring managers to develop a strong requisition when the position first opens.
Healthcare organizations that leverage recruitment marketing tactics are seeing a true return on investment for those efforts. They are learning that it pays to have a strong recruitment marketing strategy.