This can occur for a variety of reasons. This video will explore five issues in healthcare staffing, and how to solve these issues.
The clip shows that the biggest challenge in finding that perfect match is finding the best person for the job. There’s almost never an individual candidate who can be an ideal 100% match. You should consider candidates with 70-80 percent of work experience or greater. It is also possible to train those with the remaining 30%-20%. One issue to consider is the long hiring time. It is the reason why phone interviews or video calls can speed up the process. Budgetary issues are a different concern. One solution is to be flexible and provide competitive pay. It is also possible for stable candidates to be difficult to come across. In the case of resumes and resumes candidates may have changed jobs often. That’s probably not an indicator of trouble. It’s essential to discuss the situation with the candidate to learn more. The cultural gap could be an issue. A solution for this issue is to educate the candidate about your culture and seeing how they react. In the video below the recommendation is that you contact a staffing agency for healthcare in order to find that perfect person. It could be lab tech jobs, nursing jobs, radiology tech jobs or any other position.