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What Does Your Recruiting Process Say About Your Company?

21 November, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
What does your recruiting process say about your company? That is a compelling question that employers seeking top talent should ask themselves. Why? Consider these recent, real-life examples. Then decide if you are paying enough attention to this critical issue, and whether your recruiting process is helping or hurting your company. Read more»

To Outsource or Not Outsource Recruiting: Important Considerations

8 November, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
Some healthcare organizations are now exploring the outsourcing recruiting/staffing option. This should not be confused with popular department management service contracts, most commonly used for pharmacy, information technology, housekeeping, and dietary that have been used for years. No, I am talking about the option of outsourcing all recruiting functions. Read more»

It’s the People! The Key to Sustainable Success

11 September, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
When then Governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas was running for President, his War Room led by political operative James Carville crafted a message that resonated with frustrated voters: “It is the economy, stupid!” Whether you agreed with Gov. Clinton or not, that theme made a huge difference with voters. For healthcare today, in times of unparalleled challenge, there is a similar call to arms: It is the people! Read more»