Are you in charge of recruitment at your department, your hospital or your practice? Do you have to juggle this alongside your clinical or administrative role? With everything else you have to do, does recruitment seem like a drain on your stretched resources? If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’, then this free 7 part series of articles is for you.
Often we speak to employers tearing their hair out looking for new staff. A common complaint is a lack of time to plan and invest in a structured recruitment process – “Goodness James, your ideas for how we can find a doctor sound great, but we just don’t have the luxury of going into that detail” or “I can’t really give you a detailed overview for the role. Just send me over a CV when you’ve found someone and I’ll brief you then.” The reality is that these are exactly the people who would benefit from pausing and re-examining their recruitment processes. Wouldn’t you want to save time, stress and money?
Free 7 Part Series - ‘Managing Your Recruitment’
Planning Your Recruitment (What are your goals?)
The Brief (What and who do you need?)
Applications (How do doctors find out about the job and express their interest?)
The Interview (How to make a good impression)
Offer (Will the doctor say ‘yes’?)
Paperwork and credentialing (How not to put them off)
First day, week, month and year (How to welcome and retain your new doctor)
I can’t wait to hear you what you think – feel free to comment, call or email me.
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James // Founder & Recruitment Partner @ Prescript