Here’s how to land the job! After a first interview, it is considered protocol and good manners to write a thank you note after an interview with a prospective new employer. Your letter should be… Read More »How to Write a Thank You note After An Interview
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1. If you are unemployed, begin with the attitude that you are “between jobs”. • Your attitude determines your altitude! • Your full time job should be looking for a full time job. • Begin… Read More »End of covid: The top 5 employment strategies that you need to know by Bernie Reifkind
When you google “healthcare recruiter” to compete successfully in the business world –in any industry–successful staffing/ recruitment and retention of senior talent is the ultimate goal of most progressive organizations. The costs associated with talent… Read More »Google Healthcare Recruiter
Sometimes our computers or smart phones get stuck. Ugh. When that happens, tech repair professionals will usually tell us to reboot our device and see if the problems disappear. So we shut down our device… Read More »Bernie Reifkind is the Managing Principal and Founder of Premier Search, Inc.
Covid 19 presents an opportunity to be creative and appeal to candidates that can help you now and in the future as the economic effects of the pandemic subside.
A true recruitment story. Some time ago, I learned that a very prestigious Oncology Hospital was searching for a VP of Clinical Services. The candidate had to have experience working in the field of Oncology.… Read More »Do you have “transferable skills?- A healthcare recruiter blog
Are you feeling pretty comfortable in your current job? If you are making a decent living, and if the work is “ok” and if your boss is not too terrible, it can be easy to… Read More »5 reasons to jump at the chance of going on an interview
To make money. PERIOD. After all, isn’t that the reason that a business exists? A hiring decision is an investment decision to solve a need: to grow a company or to stop from losing money… Read More »Here’s the only reason to ever hire anyone (by Bernie Reifkind)
For employers, the absent employee throws a huge monkey wrench into the machinery of an operation. A “no show” should be a “no go” for many employers.
As a business owner of a healthcare executive search firm, I know first hand that very few things about my business aggravates me more than employee absenteeism.