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Why Quick Decision-Making Is Key During the Hiring Process

I got hiredWhen it comes to the hiring process, speed is of the essence. While you might feel the need to take your time when considering different candidates or wait to see if someone “better” will come along, the truth is the longer you wait the higher the chances are your ideal applicant will have already accepted another offer. More...

Qualities Employers Want in Allied Healthcare Professionals

Smiling physical therapist with patientAllied Healthcare is a thriving field. The demand for professionals in this industry shows no sign of slowing down. Hospitals, medical offices, healthcare clinics, skilled nursing facilities, home health services, assisted living facilities and long-term care centers are all in search of allied healthcare professionals they can hire just to keep up with the demand. More...

Hiring in Healthcare: Meeting an Urgent Demand

Despite the large number of people graduating with associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in key fields of the healthcare industry, many employers are still finding themselves struggling to keep up with an urgent hiring demand for allied health professionals. More...

The Importance of Checking References

Checking references is a vital part of the hiring process. While a candidate may look very good on paper, as most people will do what they can to highlight their positive qualities and make their resumes stand out, it is important to validate the information they provide. In fact, one of the only ways an employer often has of verifying the employment history, experience and skills listed on a resume is through a reference check. More...

Are You Hanging On To Employees Longer Than You Should?

Many employers may have a difficult time letting go of an employee, even when that employee has become extremely problematic, unproductive, incompetent at his or her job, or is the subject of extensive disciplinary actions. These employees are not interested in being part of the team. They simply generate chaos and hinder production. You can spot these employees because they don't respond to constructive feedback, tend to renege on agreements, refuse to take responsibility for their own actions and don't take others' needs into consideration. More...