10000 North Central Expressway Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75231 (214) 890-4045
55 Cherry Lane
Carle Place, NY 11514
Do you do all the hiring by yourself? Do you have good, effective and efficient people in your organization now? If yes to both questions, try and utilize your current staff in deciding which candidate is the best fit to join the team.
When working in an organization there is no "me". An individuals’ personality, work ethic, behaviors and attitudes will affect all the employees and clients he/she has contact with. It is important the candidate is a fit not just with skill set, but with the office environment as a whole.
Before the interview, share with the staff there will be an interview and invite some to engage in conversation with the candidate. Provide the applicant a tour of the office given to them by a trusted employee. This frees up physician time and allows the MD to get feedback from the person providing the tour (second opinions are invaluable). Candidates are usually less guarded when they move away from the interviewer. Don't hesitate to do a 2nd interview and include or have it conducted by another trusted staff member. You can also invite the candidate to attend a meeting, and share in staff discussion.
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