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About Riia O'Donnell

Riia O’Donnell has over 20 year’s hands-on experience in all aspects of the Human Resource function. Beginning as a recruiter, she grew to lead in all areas of HR, including employee training and development, legal compliance, benefits administration, compensation evaluation, and staff management. She has been a contributing writer for a wealth of HR, training, and small business websites for the past 7 years. Connect with Riia on Twitter at @RiiaOD.

Recruitment from Unlikely Sources: Exit Interviews

Exit Interviews as an Employee Retention Tool

Exit interviews may not top the list of HR’s ‘fun things to do,’ but the potential information and opportunities these meetings hold cannot be over emphasized. Take the time to perform them: act on the information you find, and keep the door open for future rehires of top talent.

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Six Ways Healthcare Employers Can Support Working Mothers

Six Ways Healthcare Providers Can Support Working Mothers

Healthcare employers may be in a unique position to offer some of the support and services working mothers need. Here are 6 ways healthcare providers can help.

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How to Create Job Postings That Stand Out

Job Postings That Showcase What Your Facility Has to Offer

Job postings today must outline what you can do for them, and provide insight into the values you hold. When your messaging is clear, you’ll attract talent whose vision for their career aligns exactly with your needs.

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Practice Interviews: Getting Ready for Success

Practice Interviewing for Confidence and Success

Practice interviews are a great way to prepare to meet with a potential employer. When you consider the impression you want to make, do your homework and practice your interview responses; then you’ll be ready to show any recruiter that you’re the right fit for the job and the institution.

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Hospital Turnover in 2018: The Trend Continues

New Study Shows Hospital Turnover Continued to Increase in 2018

New data reveals demand for nursing staff and other hospital professionals continues to outpace supply.  For institutions struggling to meet headcount, the numbers are worrisome. Voluntary turnover continues to increase. Competition for talent is also driving turnover, with employee poaching becoming the new norm.

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Interview Answers Revealed

How to Decode Answers to Common Interview Questions

Even the most common interview question can be revealing, if you take the time to decode how it is answered.

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Interview Questions That Get Results

Interview Questions That Speed Time to Hire

In today’s difficult market, no healthcare facility can afford to waste time and resources on bad candidates or bad hires. Honing your interview skills can optimize the time you spend and the results they net.

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Succession Plans – Beneficial Across All Categories

Succession Planning in Physician Recruitment

A succession plan guarantees a smooth conversion for patients and the office’s practice. But succession planning isn’t just for private practitioners. Succession plans in large healthcare facilities not only create provisions for the future, they can also be used to attract and retain talent.

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Recruitment Resolutions for 2019

Healthcare Recruitment Resolutions for 2019

In an employer market, recruitment is easy, but in today’s candidate market, an impeccable recruitment process is needed to win the war on talent. Resolve to make 2019 a year you focus your recruitment efforts smarter, not harder.

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Emotional Intelligence in the Recruitment Game

Emotional Intelligence is Essential in Recruiting

Resumes tell us what the person has done and if that were the only criteria for hiring, no one would have to interview. Will they challenge the group or ease comfortably in; will they grow with the position? Do they have the leadership qualities needed to corral the team? Will this innovator who says he loves to think outside the box feel stifled in a structured environment?  Recruiters with strong emotional intelligence understand there’s more to a successful hire than a skills match, they look for traits that will complement the group as well as the candidates.

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