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Employers

Aging populations, technological innovations, chronic diseases, and the inconsistent quality of care have led the demand for healthcare to outpace the GDP.

Our professional team is experienced and connected. We listen carefully to your needs..., we ask the questions that help you to clarify the nature of the perfect candidate..., and we then use our deep networks and research capability to find the right match for you. 

Casting the right person in the right role is deeper than reading a CV or using computers to scan for the "right" words in an introduction letter. We KNOW our prospects. You won't suddenly learn that your new employee would have preferred a smaller town, or that he/she is a poor match to your internal culture.

 

Hiring in the Medical World (from In Practice)
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Step 1 in a successful hire is understanding what it is you actually need. We've got tips on assessing your requirements and creating an effective job description.
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This step in the hiring process is critical to making a final decision and, if all goes well, then the next stop is to think about how best to manage the candidate’s transition into the organization.
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Advertising your job description is an important step in the hiring process. Not only are candidates networking face to face, but they are also searching online, looking at employer's websites, checking reviews on Google or Glass Door. Here's how to advertise and recruit effectively.
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Identifying qualified candidates first starts with the resume review. Is the resume clean, sharp, and without grammatical error? Don't overlook the basics because the resume shows great experience. You wouldn't want to hire someone who is not putting in much effort, because that tells you something about the commitment they will bring to your organization.
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7 Basic Steps to a Successful Hire - Identify the Need | Advertise Identify Qualified Candidates | Interview | Follow-up |  Offer | Onboard A 3 minute read to bring you up to speed.
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The interview may be the most important 30 minutes of the hiring process. Why are so many employers so ill-prepared? Here are some tips on turning your interview process into an effective, core part of hiring smart.
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Social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn have not only changed the way that we communicate, it's changed the process on background checks. The rules have changed, Understand your legal obligations and risks.
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An outstanding medical office manager balances business and clinical knowledge with skills. It is important that they can manage the medical support staff, properly keep financial documents and ensure that the patient receives excellent health care.
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You've made your choice. Now you have to construct an offer letter. These letters contain the conditions of employment that were discussed during the interview and job offer process. Do it right and you set up success. Do it wrong and you might expose the business to future liability.