Struggling to find the best healthcare candidates to fill key positions for your organization? You might want to reexamine your job postings. Get started with a closer look at the anatomy of a healthcare job posting.
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.
In the age of the internet, advertising job openings is easier and more productive than ever. Before, all you could rely on was your local newspaper’s circulation and community word of mouth. Now, you can blast your job openings all over the country in seconds. But those job board listings won’t do you any good
When it’s time to post a job, how much time and thought do you put into your job board listing? Is it enough? Are you sure? Writing an effective job board listing is a pretty basic step in the hiring process, but it’s also one of the most crucial. Potential applicants will use that short paragraph