Posts Categorized: Hiring Advice

How to Improve the Physician and Medical Assistant Relationship

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Physicians cannot do it all. They need medical assistants to assist them in day-to-day activities to ensure that physician offices, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities provide patients with the best care possible. A medical assistant can make or break a practice. Taking vital signs, prepping rooms, assisting during exams, documenting medical information, and providing patient support and… Read more »

Test Out a New Candidate Before You Make a Commitment

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Hiring new employees can be a tedious process. There are several steps you must consider to ensure you are hiring the best person for the job:  Place a job ad  Review applications  Set aside time for interviews  Narrow down prospective candidates  Offering a candidate a job  Training the new hire  The process is lengthy and pricey,… Read more »

5 Benefits of Working With a Staffing Agency

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The ability to find and retain qualified employees in today’s candidate-driven work environment presents a challenge for many employers. If you are looking for team members for your organization this year, consider the benefits of working with a staffing agency. A staffing and recruiting agency can help your business traverse the numerous obstacles involved in… Read more »

How to Write the Perfect Job Description to Attract Top Candidates

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A great job description is not merely a laundry list type of checklist. The perfect job description is critical for attracting the right person to apply for your job opening. You want the job description to excite the applicant about the opportunity and your company. The job description is vital for any position. A job narrative that will… Read more »

What Soft Skills Should you be Looking for in Your Candidates?

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Soft skills are essential for interacting with coworkers, bosses, and patients. These skills influence how we feel about our jobs and how others perceive us. Strong soft skills are vital to healthcare because employees must communicate health information in a professional and inspiring manner. Lacking effective communication, patients may not listen or follow directions, which… Read more »