Nurse Recruiting Best Practices for Thriving in the Competitive Healthcare Landscape

No matter the size or location of your organization, you’ve probably felt the pinch when trying to recruit nurses. The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that there will be a net gain of 439,000 nursing jobs between 2014 and 2024. To survive in that competitive landscape,  healthcare employers will have to be at the top of their game when recruiting nurses.

4 Takeaways from the HR Healthcare 2017 Director's Report

Healthcare human resources leaders continue to face challenges in adapting to today’s changing healthcare demands. For example, with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), hospitals and other health systems are now held at higher standards of accountability in delivering quality patient care.

Members of the medical staff are the people who embody your healthcare organization’s mission and values. Whether employed or privileged, they must understand how those values are lived out in your organization to provide the best care possible.

4 Things Healthcare Candidates Are Looking For in Employers

Today’s widespread talent shortages and rising costs are no longer a secret in healthcare. In fact, reports indicate that the looming talent shortage is only expected to worsen over the next few years.

5 Things Healthcare HR Can Learn from Houston Super Bowl LI

Football is unarguably one of the most celebrated events in American sports. Many cities who bid to host the big game know that scoring a game of this magnitude not only generates publicity worldwide, it also brings in millions of dollars for the city and its local businesses.

Healthcare Student Internship Programs: 4 Best Practices for Winning Partnerships

Internships are vital for preparing young healthcare professionals for the challenges they’ll face in the industry. Partnerships between academic institutions and healthcare organizations can give students the internships they need to get real-world experience in a learning environment while helping healthcare organizations develop a talent pipeline, but they take a lot of effort on both sides.

Top 3 Healthcare Performance Management Trends for 2017

The effectiveness of your performance management strategy may be one of the most important facets contributing to your healthcare organization’s long-term success. The fundamental goal is to work together to improve employee efficiency, maximize talent, and assess progress to ensure employees are meeting their objectives and career goals. It’s a continuous process that empowers, inspires and engages employees in ways that foster ongoing learning and improvement, making your people a competitive advantage.

How to Attract and Retain Generation Z in Healthcare

Any organization that hopes to thrive in today’s marketplace should be actively seeking and engaging younger generations.

Getting the Most Out of Employee Referral Programs in Healthcare

Employee referral programs are a classic tool for building your talent pipeline, and healthcare organizations continue to use them to to find qualified candidates efficiently.

Staying Ahead of I-9 Compliance in 2017

The I-9 process is a critical part of the hiring process and is part of every employer’s duties. As we head into the final months of the year, it’s now a great time to start planning to kick off the year with the right process in place. Here are a few things you need to know to ensure a compliant I-9 process in 2017.

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