Some qualities recruiters need are obvious: professionalism, emotional maturity, persistence, and the ability to handle rejection. But other qualities may be overlooked or not considered at all. With unemployment at historic lows, talent shortages affecting all industries, and skills gaps putting the pressure on employers, recruiters are at the forefront of meeting staffing demand. To get the job done, the best recruiters wear many hats.Read more
Experienced healthcare workers often have the most exceptional skills, yet they fail to show them in a manner that sparks employers’ interests.Read more
As both Tom Petty sang and Mel Brooks depicted on screen, “It’s good to be the king.” As the sole proprietor of your own private practice, you really are the king. You embark on building your own empire. Of course, sometimes kings end up with their heads cut off.Read more
With the advent of so much technology to help the recruitment process, it’s no wonder hospitals and healthcare organizations are turning to apps to acquire top talent. The shift for HR continues to spend a larger amount of time on […]Read more
Mandatory CME easily reaches 50 hours per year for many physicians. Add in the maintenance of certification requirements for some specialties and the time commitment, and it can turn into a part-time job just keeping up.
That said, why not make it fun? Most, if not all, CME could turn into a vacation experience if you chose wisely.Read more
In an age of recruitment by algorithm, many look at hiring as an exercise in mathematics. There’s sourcing ROI, funnel metrics, cycle times, and dozens of other calculations we’re told to examine to raise our level of success in the hiring arena. For all the algorithms, recruitment ultimately comes down to working with people – and people are notoriously averse to being just a number.Read more