Recruitment and Retention
by: Claire Swinarski
If you’re looking to hire a new employee, you’re probably posting your job opening in a variety of places. There are some perks of to using Facebook as a recruitment tool. It can bring new people forward that you weren’t previously connected to, and it can help reach a wider range of people.
A performance improvement plan is a clear document that lays out how employees need to increase their job performance to stay at the company. It should be viewed as an opportunity.
Consider whether a remote scribe service, either in house or contracted, may be able to assist with the paperwork as your clinicians work to learn the ins-and-outs of OASIS-E in the field.
Expect a greater focus on talent quality over spend-at-all-costs and anticipate less over-the-top hiring perks and bonuses at recruiters’ disposal to close candidates.
Research indicates that remote workers are promoted less, because managers are often biased towards those workers they see in person. And in fact, as organizations adjust to this new world of remote / hybrid work, in-person workers often do have greater access to managers.
One of the most important aspects of a clinician’s job is how and when they are scheduled. This affects their pay, their workload and often most importantly, their personal lives.
Right now, clinicians are preparing to screen patients for depression and anxiety using the PHQ-9 assessment. This is a tremendous opportunity to open up a conversation about mental health.
Instead of hard selling, content marketing focuses on being creative and attracting the right people. By creating pieces about what it’s like to work with you, you’ll be selling your open roles to candidates.
If you’ve had an open position for months and are seeing little to no applications coming in, you may want to start at the top of your hiring funnel and make sure your job posting is firing on all cylinders.
A Buffer survey found that an astonishing 99% of current remote workers “would like to work remotely, at least some of the time, for the rest of their careers.” The COVID-19 pandemic gave employees a taste of the flexibility that comes with working from home, and it might take more than free car washes and yoga classes to convince them to give that up.


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