Men: Is there a Healthcare Job in Your Future?

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Many low and middle-income wage earners (i.e. everyday Americans) continue to struggle to find jobs they might want to turn into a long-term career. Some are having success, men especially, looking towards the healthcare sector for opportunities that are challenging and rewarding.  These men are going back to school, either on their own or with the assistance of programs offered …

4 Myths About Recruiters Dispelled!

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Don’t believe these 4 myths when working with a headhunter As founder and president of GHS Recruiting, Roy Munk understands the stigma that being a recruiter, or worse a “headhunter” has attached to it. He has seen plenty of less than reputable players in the recruiting market that are in it more for themselves than they are for the companies they …

Recruiter Spotlight: Mike Ingelido

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Recruiter: Mike Ingelido Years at GHS: 6+ Title: Operations and Training Manager How did you end up in Recruiting? Fell in love with recruiting new members to my fraternity and pursued it further upon graduation from college. What is the best thing about your job? The GHS team is the best. Placing a great candidate in a great job is …

Common Job Search Pitfalls

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Avoid these job search pitfalls and get more interviews! As a principal in a national healthcare recruiting firm, I have read thousands of resumes. Some are good, some are excellent and some are just plain bad. The quality of the information you provide to prospective employers or a recruiter has a huge impact on whether or not you will get …

GHS Recruiting 2016 Wrap Up

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GHS Recruiting hosted their 2016 Awards Party recently at MARKET in Rocky River, Ohio. Mike Ingelido was recognized as the GHS Recruiting Top Producer for 2016. Overall, the company recorded its second best year in company history. Altogether, GHS Recruiting has almost 90 years of total recruiting experience. The new year is already off to a great start and GHS hopes …

Recruit and Retain Better

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Improve how you recruit and retain employees for long term success For healthcare organizations, the ability to recruit and retain workers is a major contributing factor to reducing costs and improving the bottom line. According to Bill McPherson, writing recently in McKnight’s Senior Living, hospital job growth was up 30% from 2014 to 2015. He also notes that the healthcare worker …

Marketing and HR

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What HR can learn from Marketing Mark W. Schaefer writes in Harvard Business Review about the “Why (and How) HR Needs to Act More Like Marketing” and we found his insights to be very informative. Today’s recruiting environment is highly competitive and in order to stand out in the crowd, employers can borrow some great tools from their marketing department. …

Healthcare Turnover Challenge

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What can you do about high healthcare turnover? The high rate of turnover in the healthcare industry has long been a challenge. And because healthcare workers are in high demand, they can be more apt to look elsewhere. This could be because they feel unappreciated or over burdened or that they lack opportunities for growth. Whatever the case, they know …

Nurse Retention

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Improve nurse retention and save money! Retaining good employees is a wise and extremely important investment that needs to be a top priority for any organization. Spending time and resources on nurse retention can provide a high return on investment for healthcare organizations, especially given current state of the nursing employment market. Check out the infographic produced by Streamline Verify …

Reducing Nurse Turnover

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Check out these steps for reducing nurse turnover It is fairly self evident that one of the best ways to reduce turnover is to keep your employees happy. This is especially true with nurses as they are subject to more than your average amount of stress as a regular part of their work. Well trained and highly skilled nurses are …