The 6 Most Successful Healthcare Recruitment and Retention Strategies

There is a shortage of qualified healthcare workers, and according to organizations like the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the numbers aren’t expected to improve anytime soon. What’s more, the turnover rate is significant, and burnout is at an all-time high since COVID-19 hit us. But people still need care, and healthcare companies are still trying to hire healthcare professionals who will take the job and stay.

Companies must know what it takes to target the ideal candidates and encourage them to stick around. With that in mind, here are the top healthcare recruitment and retention strategies you should be following. Read more

What Do Nurses Really Want from Their Employers to Be Happy?

A 2020 Gallup poll showed that Americans gave nurses the highest ratings as an occupational group for honesty and ethics. This increased trust makes sense, especially following the pandemic where we all saw healthcare workers’ incredible sacrifice in action.

However, levels of nurse burnout have also skyrocketed. More than ever before, healthcare organizations should be asking questions like, “what do nurses want?” and “what do nurses need to stay fulfilled in their jobs?”

These are crucial concerns for healthcare recruiters and HR departments. As nurses look for new employers to start entering the workforce post-schooling, they’ll be extra watchful for job aspects that matter most to them. Read more

Unique Recruiting Trends in 2021 That Came from the Pandemic

The year 2020 was like no other for companies, employees, and recruiters. Now that a new year has dawned, it’s time to look back on what’s changed. And, as it turns out, there’s a lot that is different. Companies looking to hire the best talent should pay attention to these recruiting trends we’ve seen in 2021 and what it means for future years.

Here are eight recruitment trends that will impact your recruitment strategy from now on. Read more