There are many things that can cause stress when on the job, but what about when you’re not working? Maybe certain stressors from work follow you into personal time, or maybe as a physician recruiter, the idea alone of taking time off spurs a different kind of stress – just by being away.
Candidates have more to contemplate than just their salary when signing a contract. Sure, they’re thinking about how they’ll be compensated, but they’re also looking to opportunities that will support their family, professional goals and personal pursuits.
Let’s say you’re looking for a new bank. You head to a review site to seek out promising options for an organization that you can trust and will fulfill your needs. When you head to the first prospect’s website, it’s practically abandoned. There’s little description of their services, few features highlighted, no visuals or contact information, and not much to inspire confidence that this is the right place to handle something as important as your finances. Based on your first look at their brand, you might continue searching for something more appealing, inviting and compelling, right?
As you seek new connections with candidates, it’s important to continuously educate yourself about medical developments and research as it relates to the specialties you want to recruit. This is especially true when advancements overlap and can pertain to multiple areas, like both pediatrics and oncology.
Battling cancer during childhood is an experience that shouldn’t be as common as it is today. With childhood cancer being the leading cause of death by disease for adolescents in the U.S., the team behind St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has decided enough is enough.