Recruiting top talent for your growing medical practice is a time-consuming and often frustrating pursuit.
Finding the right medical and administrative staff to fit your needs can feel like a full time job in and of itself.
Being slow to hire and quick to fire will help ensure you find the best possible candidates who are the most likely to stay with your practice long-term.
If your budget allows, consider outsourcing your recruiting needs to a qualified recruiter.
Make sure the recruiter or staffing firm understands the unique needs of your practice, as well as the specific qualities you value in your employees.
A recruiter will save you hours of time sifting through resumes and scheduling interviews.
By the time you’re ready to meet the top candidates, they’ll have been vetted by the recruiter and are far more likely to exceed your expectations.
Finally, be sure to clarify those qualities that are important to you beyond training, education, and experience. An important part of recruiting is finding employees who’ll complement your company culture.
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