Are you still checking candidate references through a drawn out game of phone tag? Let’s be honest — how many of your reference calls are actually returned?
When family members entrust a long-term care community with the well-being of their loved ones, they expect their loved ones to receive nearly the same level of comfort and attention from these communities as they would get at home. As I learned from the recent PBS documentary, Life and Death in Assisted Living, unfortunately, many
In order to succeed, long term care organizations must hire qualified employees who are service-oriented, compassionate and flexible. To do so, talent acquisition professionals need to make sure their interview process is as efficient and effective as possible — especially given the surge of unqualified job applicants and the unique long term care working environment. Here
You never get a second chance to make a first impression, and the interview process is not just the candidate’s chance to make a great first impression. It’s also the first impression that candidates get about your organization. One of the very first things you should introduce your candidates to is your healthcare organization’s mission, vision and