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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How Physician Recruiting is Getting the Candidate to Sell to You

Posted by Doximity TF Team

It’s your job to get candidates to sell you on why they’re the right physician for the job.

When you’re working with a candidate who really wants the job (whether it’s for professional or economic reasons), you’re in the buyer’s seat. The candidates will sell themselves to you as the right person for the position. Recruiting is definitely selling, but recruiting expert Lou Adler (CEO of the Adler Group) says the process is far more effective when recruiters play the buyer. You can read the full article by Adler on Inc.com 4 Ways to Get Job Candidates to Sell You (you can also subscribe to the full Adler Group article library here), but we’ve included a quick synopsis of how Adler’s “staying the buyer” process works here.

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