Recruit Continuously. Look for great employees while you are out to dinner, at the bank, at the hospital, or at a local hotel. If you find someone you think you’d like to have work for you, give them your card and ask them to give you a call if they are ever interested in making a move. This is a particularly successful with practice. Everyone is a potential candidate!
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As the president of a health care executive search firm I have been involved in literally thousands of job searches and placements during my career. Most people understand the role of an executive recruiter. We do not find jobs for people, we find people for jobs.
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Employers: when you hire someone make sure that you are hiring to solve a need that you have but more importantly make sure that you “buy the solution.” In plain and simple terms, make sure that you have properly identified the business need that you have and why that need exists, then and only then “hire the solution.”
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It’s probably the most uncomfortable moment during an interview. It’s the exact moment when an employer knows that the candidate is not the right fit, for whatever reason. For most employers that moment can be within the first 5 minutes of an interview.
Everyone of your employees goes on interviews : Your most loyal employee has either had an interview or is interviewing- on company time-believe me. Unless you are self employed, I am sure that you too are interviewing at times. When one of your employees has a doctors appointment or needs to see a dentist, they are probably interviewing elsewhere. Am I being cynical? Are you being naive?
So what does all this mean to you, dear reader? It means that the senior housing industry is growing exponentially and will need the services that can only be provided by humans. The internet, high tech gadgets, computers, and digital is constantly being promoted as the next “big thing” to our youth dominated culture.
But nothing will ever replace the care given by humans to our loved ones.
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Yet, “pleasant persistence” implies a non threatening and unyielding effort to achieve a sale or a goal that may in fact plant the seed towards a bountiful harvest by just being pleasant but unwavering in one’s pursuit.