It’s taken some time but you’ve got the perfect candidate. You offer them that all important job and they decide to take it. It’s going well and your recruiting record seems secure. Or—maybe not.
It is a common and frustrating problem for employers to be stuck with the wrong people for job positions, but it is easy to forget that the hiring process begins from the very first instance that a job post is offered. There are some ways to prevent disappointment down the road simply by streamlining and […]
Glassdoor is a company that allows current and former employees to anonymously rate and review their experiences at a company. These are then used as a resource for future employability assessments.
A well-thought-out employee referral program can be a great resource for recruiting future employees. Here, the employees can refer their family members or friends for any open position. Usually, the employees, whose referrals are hired, receive a type of incentive such as a bonus, dinner with their supervisor, or even a paid day off.
The process of recruiting nursing faculty has changed in recent years because most nursing schools are experiencing a shortage of qualified candidates. A poll from 2004 and again in 2010 show today that there is a 11.4% drop in the amount of the new nurses. Because of this drop in new talent, many nursing programs are […]
The hard truth about the healthcare industry is that it is understaffed. The amount of nursing and allied health educators and administrators is not enough to cater to the needs of the increasing retiring population. Finding, hiring, and retaining new skilled nurse educators and administrators continues to happen. The challenge becomes even more daunting when […]