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Job interviews are an important step for employers, not only in hiring, but also in retention. There are several types of interviews, and they all help to create a pipeline of talent for employers.
A recent post highlighted the data confirming that there is a labor shortage in Minnesota and that this shortage will continue to grow unless significant action is taken collaboratively between Minnesota governmental policy makers, education leaders and employers. We should all advocate for the suggested solutions, or this crisis will continue.
We thought this was a helpful summary of ways to improve the hiring process. It provides a comprehensive overview of all the ways the hiring process can fall short and be improved.
Healthcare jobs-is the great resignation over? Recently there have been many news stories about the end or at least slow down of the great resignation. Does this mean that job tenure and employee retention are improving in healthcare?
Defining DEI—In health care, diversity, equity, and inclusion is about the make-up of the workforce and in health care, this can also include patients. When thinking of patients, this means that patients and associates have a voice in giving and receiving high quality care.
Risk management in healthcare is a concern that is shared throughout healthcare sectors. The U.S. Government defines risk management in healthcare as, “Risk management in healthcare is a complex set of clinical and administrative systems, processes, procedures, and reporting structures designed to detect, monitor, assess, mitigate, and prevent risks to patients.”
Candidate feedback—Using recent hires and not hired candidates to assess what is working in your sourcing strategy. Recent hires feedback is helpful in determining what aspects of your organizational brand and culture attracted candidates. Candidates view other recent candidate feedback about your organization as credible, believable, and trustworthy.
Gender Pay Gap is wider in MN than most other states. According to an NPR news program yesterday, “Minnesota is a national leader for women’s participation in the workplace. And yet, we also have a wider gender wage gap than most other states.