3 Important Questions to Ask When Hiring a Nurse

Interviewing is as much a science as it is an art. There are certain questions you should be asking every candidate to make sure they’re checking the right boxes for your open position. Hiring nurses needs to be about their fit within your current team, their skills, and their interest level in the job. What… Read more »

Ways to Attract New Candidates To Your Facility

Are you getting the top talent in Dallas to apply for nursing positions with your facility? What are nurses looking for in employers and in job incentives that will make them not only apply but also stick around? Before you hire your next nurse, consider the ways you can attract new talent to your facility… Read more »

Why AI Might be a Good Tool for Recruiting Passive Candidates

If you have a home assistant, like Google Home or Amazon Echo, you’re already familiar with AI. Artificial intelligence performs tasks that were once only handled by humans, like decision making. Today, companies all over are assisted by AI for their recruiting processes. Can organizations in the medical industry use AI to find qualified passive… Read more »

Losing Your Best Nurses? Here’s What to Do

Nursing is a high stress job, so it’s no wonder there tends to be high turnover in the role. But it’s important for your department, facility, clinic, or hospital to have some sense of consistency with your care providers. If you’re losing your best nurses, here are some things you can do to stop the… Read more »

3 Reasons to be Transparent with Candidates In Interview

Interviewing is a complex process, and as a manager, you need to be sure that you’re properly vetting and hiring the best candidates every time. Management does have some responsibilities when meeting new candidates, and one of those is clear and effective communication. To hire top healthcare talent, you should consider how transparency during the… Read more »

5 Appealing Ways to Position a Healthcare Job for Your Candidates

The job market can shift dramatically in just a few years. During the recovery from the recession, people felt lucky to find a new job, but that’s no longer the case. Now the tables have turned and it’s a candidate market again, especially for nurses. So, how do employers find and hire top candidates? Here… Read more »

Compact Nursing License Growth – How Can You Retain Your Best Nurses and Entice Other Nurses to Move Here

You’ve long heard about the talent shortage in nursing, but could a revival of an old idea come at exactly the right time to improve nurse retention? The NLC or Nurse Licensure Compact, formed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing in 2000, allows for nurses to practice in other NLC states without… Read more »

How to Attract Bilingual Nurses to Your Team

The patients who come into your facility, hospital, or clinic are diverse. It’s your job to ensure that their healthcare needs are being met. Do you have nurses on staff who can communicate with individuals who do not speak English? How can you attract bilingual nurses to your team? Here are just a few ways… Read more »

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills: What to Focus on When Hiring Your Next Nurse Manager

Your nurse manager is an essential team member dedicated to motivating your nursing staff and interacting with upper management. That’s why hiring the best of the best is important to the success of your clinic, hospital, or facility. But how do you know what to focus on when it comes to hiring your next nurse… Read more »

What Do the Best Healthcare Recruiters Do?

When you’re deciding to work with a medical staffing company, how do you pick the right recruiter for the job? And how do you know they’re going to be placing the top candidates in your position? There are some key behaviors all successful recruiters share, so it’s great for hiring managers to know and understand… Read more »