Healthcare compliance officers are challenged with overseeing their organization's compliance program, but they can’t do it alone, especially when it comes to new hires. They must partner with HR to ensure compliance is effectively integrated into the overall onboarding process.

Purpose-Driven Healthcare HR: 3 Best Practices

What’s your organization’s purpose? It likely includes keeping people healthy, but if you ask your organizational leaders what your purpose is, you might get different answers, and that can be a challenge. Healthcare organizations that have a clear purpose and work toward it together will find it easier to make improvements and achieve success.

Probably one of the most critical processes for healthcare HR professionals is the onboarding process for new team members. Although retention can begin as early as the recruitment stage, a well-crafted onboarding process can make a big difference in shifting the discouraging statistics in the industry. According to a survey by BambooHR, more than 15 percent of new hires leave within the first three months.

Healthcare HR and Employee Retention: 6 Key Factors to Consider

One of the largest growing concerns among employers across all industries is retaining high-performing and high-potential employees. In fact, 46 percent of HR professionals cite employee retention/turnover as the top workforce management challenge in 2016, an increase from 25 percent in 2012.

Healthcare Onboarding Best Practices: 4 Ways to Strengthen Your Process

Onboarding can set the tone for an employee’s experience, so it’s important to get it right. According to a survey by BambooHR, more than 15 percent of new hires leave within the first three months. If you’re not making the most of your onboarding process, you’re going to lose some of those employees you worked so hard to recruit.

ASAP! Office Culture and Hiring: Best Practices for Healthcare HR

Healthcare HR departments are often faced with short timelines when hiring. Getting an employee onboarded and up to speed quickly is a challenge, but getting it wrong can mean a disruption in processes, culture and even patient care. Balancing time and effort is crucial for healthcare HR leaders working with new hires.

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.

Establishing an authentic employment brand is a critical measure in any organization’s overall long-term strategy and success. Not only is it a key tool in helping employers attract right-fit candidates, it’s also an important method in continually recruiting quality candidates to your organization.

The national unemployment rate is holding steady at 5 percent as of December 2015, which means the job market is now candidate-driven. Staffing professionals know that filling positions in healthcare is even more challenging than in other industries when the applicant pool is tight.

To continue celebrating Health Care HR Week, we are excited to announce the release of our latest white paper, 10 Ways to Optimize Healthcare Recruiting and Onboarding Processes. In a fast-paced industry like healthcare where the competition for top talent is intense, who doesn’t want to streamline their recruiting and onboarding processes?

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