The other day, I was talking with a physician recruiter who was concerned that PhysEmp’s Active Physicians Database of opt-in, job-seeking candidates was “easy for other recruiters to scoop.” By that, she meant that unscrupulous recruiters might subscribe to our database simply to “scoop” all of our physician data and then add it to their own database and market those overworked leads to other recruiters. I’m happy to say she’s wrong. Here’s why.
It doesn’t get more secure than this.
At PhysEmp, we work hard to keep our physician data exclusive and secure—both to keep leads fresh for you as recruiters, and
Our summer reading list was such a big hit last year, we thought we’d make it an annual tradition! Wherever your travels take you this summer, consider bringing one or more of these books and resources to read—or listen to—en route.
1. Algorithms to Live by: The Computer Science of Human Decisions, by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths
As you know, decisions play a huge part in the recruiting process—both from the candidate and HR side. This book offers a fascinating exploration of how computer algorithms can be applied to our everyday lives, helping to solve common decision-making problems and illuminate the workings
If you missed this month’s “Top Trends in Resident Recruiting” webinar, hosted by Barbara R. Tamberlane of Execu|Search, fear not! We’ve got the webinar replay for you to listen to at your convenience anytime. In the interim, here are some of Barbara’s top three tips on recruiting medical residents.
In her webinar, Barbara Tamberlane covered the following areas: outreach/connecting different specialties and timelines; creating an organized interview process; and on-boarding/retention focused on recruiting residents and fellows. Here are a few slides with some notes and comments from Barbara, who is Senior Managing Director of Execu|Search’s Physician Recruitment division.
1. Approaching Different Specialties & Planning New
Across the U.S., urgent care centers (UCCS) are cropping up in record numbers, with no foreseeable end in sight. That’s what drove The Inline Group, a premiere matching source of physicians and advanced practitioners across the U.S., to publish a comprehensive urgent care recruiting manual: Recruiting and Retaining Talent into an Urgent Care Center.
“The urgent care industry is growing so rapidly that the time has come for them to have resources dedicated to their needs,” said Inline Group President Kelli Mulloy. “Our experience in urgent care and candidate sourcing works so well for our clients that we wanted to share
Millennials! They get a bad rap for being slacker employees, as you’ve no doubt seen in various parody videos on the internet. But the fact is, these bright, young, tech-savvy men and women have a lot to offer—and they’re our country’s next wave of physicians. Learn the ins and outs of recruiting residents at 1 p.m. CDT on Thursday, June 9, during our free “Top Trends in Resident Recruiting” webinar, hosted by Barbara R. Tamberlane of Execu|Search.
Our webinars tend to fill up quickly, so you might want to RSVP now to reserve your spot.
As Senior Managing Director of Physician Recruitment at Execu|Search,
More than ever, Americans are searching for jobs on their phones. According to a Glassdoor survey, 89% of U.S. job seekers use a mobile device at some point during their job search. We’ve noticed the trend at PhysEmp.com as well—in the last year, mobile traffic on our site has gone up 59%. In other words, physicians are increasingly using their smart phones to look for jobs.
So how do you write an ad that will really catch a candidate’s attention while they’re in the break room, riding home on the bus, or getting ready to doze off at night? The key