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Onboarding

There's a fairly new term in the talent management world and it's called onboarding employees. This idea has been around for quite some time, and it used to be known as new employee orientation. But as we'll soon explain, onboarding is more about retaining talent than getting people settled in their new office.

In this article, we're first going to explain why onboarding has become so popular in today's workplace. Then we'll talk about the many facets of this theory, and how you can leverage this information whether you're a job seeker or a corporate recruiter.

Employee Onboarding Cont.

Our Role In The Process

"My recruiting purpose is to get you the talent you want. In doing so, I will prove that I don't just talk the talk. You can trust that I am "the" person to get the job done for you. In return, you will feel good about doing business with me and able to justify why your organization or department pays for my services."

I understand why Hospital Organizations are viewing search firms as a commodity and distinguishing between so many choices is harder than ever. Most recruiters spend all day looking at the different on line job boards (like playing the lottery) hoping they'll get lucky and produce a candidate that just might work. The recruiter submits the applicant for consideration to find out that you have the exact candidate from the same website. Sound familiar?

Therefore, clients are getting more and more reluctant to try services from another firm. I get that. If you take a chance on using my services, you won't be sorry. I don't use job boards, I "Direct recruit."

For those of us who have the passion to help their clients get what they want, inspires greater loyalty from and will be able to stand out from our competitors - other firms you are currently using.

Our Roll In The Process

Why Use Our Services

Because the best people aren’t looking for a job; they are already working. These are the proven performers, the top five or ten percent of their profession. They don’t read the “help-wanted” ads, they don’t keep their résumés circulating, and they don’t haunt the employment agencies. If you want to hire these people, you have to find them, because they aren’t looking for you.

Identifying and approaching these hidden prospects is not easy, even for the most astute personnel manager, but that’s what trained recruiters do every day. Second, a recruiter can help you avoid mistakes in the hiring process by providing objective analysis of a candidate or by following up on references, and can save you time by screening candidates against your requirements. Because we don't use job boards, instead we direct recruit.

Many of our clients pass along their web site applicants to HCMedConnect so we can take them through the same process, treating every candidate the equally by giving them the same attention and the same process.

Finally, a recruiter can preserve your anonymity when it is important to do so.

What Does A Recruiter Do?

Exploring The Services Of An Executive Recruiter

First of all, because the best people aren’t looking for a job; they are already working. These are the proven performers, the top five or ten percent of their profession. They don’t read the “help-wanted” ads, they don’t keep their résumés circulating, and they don’t hunt the employment firms/agencies. If you want to hire these people, you have to find them, because they aren’t looking for you.

Identifying and approaching these hidden prospects is not easy, even for the most astute personnel manager, but that’s what trained recruiters do every day. Second, a recruiter can help you avoid mistakes in the hiring process by providing objective analysis of a candidate or by following up on references, and can save you time by screening candidates against your requirements.

Because we don't use job boards, instead we direct recruit, many of our clients pass on their web site applicants to HCMedConnect so we can take them through the same process, treating every candidate the same by giving them the same attention and focus to detail of the process.

Finally, a recruiter can preserve your anonymity when it is important to do so.

What does a recruiter do?

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Employee Retention

Useful Tips to Improve Employee Retention in Your Organization

The importance of retaining top organizational talent cannot be understated. With the massive baby boomer cohort just starting to approach retirement age, more and more jobs are going to become available in the near future. What this means for employees is that it is now easier than ever to leave one's current position to find greener pastures elsewhere. A more attractive market for job seekers means that the switching costs of seeking new employment are no longer a significant factor in deciding whether or not to leave an organization. The days where a job seeker might spend six months to secure a new job is now over.

The implications for employers should be clear. It is now more important than ever to retain the team members and the organization currently has and to choose the right team members when hiring decisions are made. The following is a short list of useful tips and hints to help increase levels of employee retention in your organization. Put them to work for you!

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