Life Is Like A Box Of Chocolates – But Hiring Is Not

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“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get,” Forrest Gump so poignantly said. However, there’s one part of life this saying should not be applied to: HIRING. Hiring decisions should not be left up to chance. IRIS, our cutting edge recruitment platform, will allow you to streamline your process using a evidence-based, intuitive recruitment …

Hiring The Right Fit

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Why the fit of a job candidate if so important in hiring GHS has been recruiting healthcare professionals for over 20 years. During that time, a few trends have become evident. One of the most significant and frustrating of these can be when an employer feels that they have hired a superstar candidate, but within a few months quickly realize …

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Roy Munk Cited in Unemployment Article

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GHS Recruiting founder and president Roy Munk was cited in a recent article put out by Hunt Scanlon Media concerning the May 2018 unemployment figures. The unemployment data itself was notable in light of the unemployment rate dropping to 3.9%, the lowest is has been in nearly 20 years. Additionally, 164,000 jobs were added in the reporting period, although that …

Artificial Intelligence and Health Care Jobs

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The level of general concern regarding artificial intelligence, or AI, seems to be rising and on peoples minds more and more. AI, combined with robotics, are causing some to be very concerned of how these new technologies will affect the job market. A recent article in Harvard Business Review caught our attention as it specifically addresses artificial intelligence and health …

Is Your Job Related To Your Degree?

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Are you working in the exact field for which you studied in college or vocational school? It turns out that not many of us actually have jobs that relate directly to our degrees or academic training. Jason Shen talks about this in a TED Talk that caught our attention recently. Jason studied biology in school yet ended up as the …

GHS Recruiting 20th Anniversary Party at Tartine Bistro

GHS Recruiting Celebrates

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What a great night for GHS Recruiting celebrating 20 YEARS in business!We also celebrated a number of milestones and outstanding accomplishments by the GHS Recruiting team in 2017! Congratulations to Mike Ingelido and Greg Carlson for achieving the $1 Million Lifetime Billing Benchmarks and Tom Cavalli for the 2017 Recruiter of the Year! Thanks to Scratch Bakery and Tartine Bistro …

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Company Culture in Healthcare Organizations

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Why company culture is important in healthcare organizations and how YOU can change it! Culture is one of the most important, yet most overlooked aspects of an organization, especially when it comes to healthcare organizations. In most professions, company culture is a driving force behind productivity and profitability. Employees who say their company has a first class culture typically are …

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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 …

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 …