You might think, “it can’t happen here,” but it keeps happening everywhere. Healthcare workers’ social media can be great for healthcare organizations, but it can also damage your reputation. Learn how to create a workplace social media policy to safeguard your organization.
Jan Wright loves a good challenge. Whether its improving the skills of Great Plains Health employees or figuring out how to make technology more effective, she’s ready to roll up her sleeves and jump right in.
Kena Adelekan was known as an HR leader at Adventist Health System even before her Talent-in-Talent AwardTM win. Even so, receiving the HealthcareSource Talent-in-Talent Award for Recruitment at last year’s Talent Symposium was a meaningful acknowledgement.
Nurse leaders are key to the care your organization provides, but recruiting the right nurse leaders can be tough. Does your healthcare organization’s culture attract nurse leaders or turn them off? Learn about workplace culture’s role in recruiting for these critical positions.
With the aging population, hospitals can expect more and more beds to be filled with older patients – patients who require your workforce to have specific clinical and behavioral competencies. Be sure you’re hiring a workforce that can handle eldercare.
When we’re pressed for time, it’s tempting to cut and paste sections from a job description when writing healthcare job postings. Resist that temptation — job descriptions and job postings are not one in the same! Job postings are a key recruitment marketing tactic. Here are five tips for writing better healthcare job postings, beyond the job description.
Competition for top-flight nurses in today’s market is tight. As a healthcare recruiter, you need to realize high-quality candidates consider more than wages or salary when choosing which organization to join. Learn about five of the most important culture and engagement factors nurses weigh when deciding between potential employers, and integrate them into your nurse recruitment strategies.
Old-school recruiting tactics might not be enough to fill your positions, especially on a timeline that works for your organization. That’s why healthcare recruiters are evolving their responsibilities to include components of marketing. This is known as recruitment marketing. When you think like a marketer, your tactics are brand-led and candidate-focused. Instead of focusing on promoting job openings, recruiters need to promote the entire brand, including the organization’s reputation in the community and beyond, and its values and culture. Here’s are three ways to begin thinking and acting like a marketer.
Mental and behavioral health conditions are strongly related to many risk behaviors for chronic diseases and substance abuse, as well as to the occurrence, treatment, and course of chronic diseases like asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 300 million people live with depression and stated that the “lack of support for people with mental disorders, coupled with a fear of stigma, that prevent many from accessing the treatment they need to live healthy, productive lives.” And to make matters worse, the supply of trained psychiatrists can’t keep up with demand.
We review the top trends shaping the healthcare HR & recruiting industry today, from demand forecasting to the candidate experience and optimized sourcing.