Should You Hire an Unreliable Candidate?

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The short answer: Of course not. Reliability makes a good employee – and should be an essential attribute of anyone who works for you. As an interviewer, you need to assess a candidate’s reliability in the interview before making any hiring decisions. One of the most essential qualities. Reliability is crucial; it may even trump… Read more »

Hiring Problem Solvers

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When considering your next hire, you might want to look at a candidate who not only has the medical background you want, but also has solid problem-solving skills. Think about it: In any profession, things go wrong or get off track, and you want to have someone on your staff who can handle issues with… Read more »

Understanding a Candidate’s Passion

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When interviewing a candidate, you want to discern if they really want the job and if they’ll fit well in the position. Therefore, you need to figure out where their passion lies. If it aligns with your goals and mission, you’ll have someone in your corner who loves what they do and will throw their… Read more »

What Do People Say About You?

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When you buy something online, how do you decide what to choose? Do you go by price only? Or, like most of us, do you also look at what other purchasers think of the product? If an item on Amazon, for example, gets a number of negative one-star reviews, you’ll probably read the reviews to… Read more »

How Much Does a Vacant Position Truly Cost?

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When a position becomes vacant, and before you decide to fill it by adding to the workloads of current employees, it is worthwhile to consider the literal and figurative costs of leaving the position open. The results may surprise you…and hopefully arm you with awareness to avoid paying the price in the future. The basic… Read more »

Hiring: Slow and Steady or Quick Decisions?

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When it comes to hiring, do you take a tortoise or a hare perspective? In other words, do you try to fill a spot quickly to avoid having that gap in a department, or do you take your time to find the absolute best person? Those who tend toward one extreme or the other can… Read more »

Looking for Top Medical Talent? Maintain Your Online Reputation

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If you want to attract top talent to your practice, you need to have a solid online reputation. Fortunately, this is something attainable by conducting yourself well and sharing your company’s story through social media. It doesn’t hurt to have others sing your praises, either. Considering that almost three quarters of job seekers preview prospective… Read more »

Hiring Resolutions for 2016

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As the year’s end approaches, you may want to consider some Hiring resolutions for the coming year. Be sure they’re the kind you can easily keep and put into practice for the next twelve months. Avoid setting resolutions that will fall by the wayside, like a January gym membership! So what can you do to… Read more »

What Can You Learn from a Candidate’s Employment Gap?

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As you review candidates for a position, you’ll probably come across a few with employment gaps. Consider the fact that in this economy, particularly since the recession, a number of qualified candidates may well have gaps in their work histories. It’s important to gain a thorough understanding of the reason for any gap before coming… Read more »

The Value of a Great Hire

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[fusion_text] Have you ever met a person that changed the entire tenor of the room, or is just someone you find yourself wanting to be around? It’s likely the upbeat personality that makes you feel as though they are hardworking, positive, and a pleasure to be around. The same goes for a great hire: Even… Read more »