How to Keep Your Candidate Pipeline Warm

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Communicating with candidates (via email, text, or phone/video call) is perhaps more important now than ever before. Job opportunities and priorities are changing quickly, and clinician job seekers are looking to recruiters for answers. We’ve recently heard from our clients that some roles may have changed, or have been put on hold entirely. While it’s nice to have eager candidates in your pipeline, it might also feel challenging to keep that relationship positive amidst an unknown hiring future. We’ve put together a few tips to help you keep your candidate pipeline warm. 

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Filed under build long-term relationships, physician recruitment strategy, recruitment strategy, candidate outreach, candidate pipeline

7 Tips to Avoid a Slump While Working from Home

Posted by Doximity TF Team

In early March, we shared an article with some tips on how to work from home. It’s been a while, so we wanted to provide some updated tips and ideas to stay motivated and productive during this challenging time.

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Filed under physician recruitment strategy, interviewing during covid-19, virtual interviewing tips, physician recruiting from home

How to Make the Most of Virtual Interviews

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Given the current climate, onsite interviews may seem like a thing of the past. Until we are able to travel and meet face-to-face again, virtual interviews may be the new norm. 

Although it can be challenging to replicate the connection that accompanies face-to-face meetings, there are many ways to make the most of virtual interviews with candidates. Below are some tips to continue interviewing and hiring high-quality candidates during this time.

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Filed under physician recruitment strategy, interviewing during covid-19, virtual interviewing tips, physician recruiting from home

Spring is Here: How to Spruce Up Your Recruitment Strategy

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Although it may look a bit different this year, spring has arrived - and with it, a time to reevaluate your recruitment strategy. In addition to cleaning and organizing our living spaces (many times over!), you can also use this time to “spruce up” your recruitment efforts.

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Filed under physician recruitment strategy, physician recruiter tips, organization tips

Knowledge is power: the most in-demand specialties for physician recruitment right now

Posted by Doximity TF Team

For years now, virtually everyone in the healthcare arena has been sounding the alarm over the coming shortage of doctors. The population is growing and aging, and older people tend to require more healthcare services. It’s no surprise, then that the demand for doctors is rising faster than other professions in the US. 

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Filed under physician recruitment strategy, In-demand medical specialties

How will 2017’s Best and Worst States for Physicians affect your physician recruitment strategy?

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Being a physician is one of the most popular professions in the U.S. within the top one percent of earners. Of course, the industry has been undergoing quite a transformation in recent years: Baby Boomers are retiring, the American Healthcare Act (AHCA) means more people now have health insurance, and branded hospital networks are on the rise.

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Filed under Best U.S. Jobs, physician recruitment strategy, Best and worst states for physicians, salary map for US physicians

Why understanding generational differences could change your physician recruitment strategy

Posted by Doximity TF Team

You are a product of your generation and the generational divide affects us all in countless ways. It isn’t new, but generational differences affect physician recruitment and retention in ways that may surprise you, too. Consider this shocking fact from a recent report about generational differences: 33% of Millennials think it is acceptable to text during a job interview! What’s more, 25% of Millennials think that working somewhere for nine months shows that you are a loyal employee, contrasted with 14% of Baby Boomers who said you have to be at a company for more than five years to be a loyal employee.

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Filed under Baby Boomers, generational differences, physician recruitment strategy, Millenials, Generation X, Traditionalists

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