3 Ways Hiring Managers Can Repair the Candidate Experience

A CareerBuilder survey reveals that 82 percent of employers think there’s little to no negative impact on the company when a candidate has a bad experience during the hiring process—but that couldn’t be less true. Not only can an unpleasant candidate experience reflect negatively on you and your employer brand, but Steve Lowisz, CEO of global recruitment research firm Qualigence International, says it can leave candidates feeling unappreciated and disrespected.

A strong talent management strategy is essential to achieving your healthcare organization’s mission.

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.

4 Ways Healthcare HR Can Inspire Teamwork

Effective teamwork in healthcare can have an immediate and positive impact on patient care. Developing a culture that values teamwork has not only proven to boost existing staff relationships, but it can also help increase efficiency, job satisfaction, responsiveness and much more.

Employees are only as good as their leader, right? Not only do great leaders create the right environment for engagement, they also play a significant role in shaping a group of creative minds and inspiring new leaders.  “We know that frontline staff, when provided with enough freedom, confidence and encouragement, can be capable of incredible things,” says Clair Cater, founder of the Social Kinetic and a member of the Wish Forum for Patient Engagement.

5 Ways to Boost Healthcare Employee Morale

There is no doubt that positive employee morale is a key component in your organization’s success—it can either make or break your organization. Statistics reveal that letting engagement slide can cost companies 20 percent less revenue growth than their competitors. Therefore, it is critical that healthcare organizations prepare and support their team during this challenging time of new technology and constant change.

5 Ways to Improve Healthcare Employee Engagement

The term “employee engagement” may have different meanings to different employers. Although healthcare organizations may share similar goals—to improve patient satisfaction or increase productivity, just to name a few—outcomes are dependent on its success or failure. According to a recent HRsoft study, more than 90 percent of managers/CEOs believe that an engagement strategy is key to an organization’s success, but only 30 percent actually have one.

Top Healthcare Recruiting Trends for 2015

Healthcare recruiting is not an easy task. Filling positions at multiple facilities across three shifts, working with strict human resources regulations and handling high turnover are challenges that recruiters and employers battle when hiring for healthcare, says Meghan Doherty of HealthcareSource, a PreCheck talent management software integration partner.

While exit interviews are conducted to understand why an employee is leaving, it’s a little too late to retain them at this stage of the process. What if there was a way you could retain your employee and avoid the exit interview altogether? That’s precisely the purpose of retention interviews, also referred to as stay interviews.

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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