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Workforce shortages and the COVID-19 pandemic have transformed the healthcare recruitment landscape. Many healthcare organizations are building world-class recruitment models to meet the demands of job seekers, compete with healthcare agencies and help staff feel valued.

Explore how your organization can rise to the challenge and create an exceptional recruitment model.

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A labor shortage in the healthcare industry, from front desk workers and medical technicians to doctors and nurses, means that healthcare organizations are fiercely competitive in this new talent acquisition environment.  Successful healthcare talent acquisition requires a strategic and comprehensive approach to ensure that the right employees are hired and retained.

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In 2022, it’s a prospective employee’s world, and never more so than in healthcare.

There is constant pressure to fill vacant positions in healthcare systems at all levels, from executives and physicians to nurses and support staff members.

More than two years into a pandemic, healthcare continues to face workforce challenges. High burnout and turnover have contributed to a continued shortage, and healthcare is working to find solutions.

While the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t the only cause of healthcare labor shortages nationwide, it certainly exacerbated the situation. Now, two years later, healthcare recruitment has transformed into an almost entirely new landscape.

This National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day, we review the top challenges healthcare recruiters must overcome in this new hiring environment.

How to Address Implicit Bias in Healthcare HR Processes

Diversity and inclusion directly impact business outcomes. When diverse employees feel welcome to bring their backgrounds, experiences, and complete identities to their work, they benefit from new ideas and ways of working. But when that’s missing, the business loses opportunities to improve or expand.

As the final quarter of 2021 comes into focus, many firms are in the process of assessing workforce needs for 2022 through strategic planning. Part of that planning process includes establishing a recruiting budget along with consideration of other variables.

Although the healthcare talent shortage has been looming for years now, it hit home last year during the height of the pandemic. In November, more than 1,000 U.S. hospitals acknowledged experiencing a severe worker shortage. 

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