The biggest salary doesn’t necessarily make the best offer.
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.
For months, recruitment was on hold or saw a great deal of change. As counties and states relax restrictions, recruitment efforts will start to pick up for many.
Organizations and people are also experiencing different levels of response, so keep these tips in mind as you work to fill positions.
Businesses have had to change strategies to be profitable or, in some cases, just to survive during the pandemic. Recruiting physicians and advanced practice providers is no different.
While finding the right candidate or just filling your opening can be a challenge, one thing remains true: Physician recruitment must change with the times as well.
You must have a real understanding of what the provider needs, and what their entire family needs in terms of a community, education and how their whole family has survived so far in this COVID-19 era.
Here are eight recruiting tips to use as you continue navigating the pandemic: