Very talented and experienced recruiters were spending far too much time on manual processes and tasks that took away from core job responsibilities. There were significant untapped opportunities in terms of hiring strategies that would deliver long term benefits to the organization.
An additional challenge is posed by job location, particularly for physician recruitment. When searching for qualified candidates around the country, site visits are critical so that candidates can experience all that the Syracuse area has to offer. That means getting candidates in quickly… and making sure that they are truly high potential so as not to waste the time of the Hospital staff or the prospective employee.
How We Helped
“Now I can deliver a whole report with quantitative and qualitative details about what a candidate’s strengths and weaknesses are. This is very powerful in the decision making process, and also has implications for our longer term development strategy,” noted John Cerniglia, Physician Recruiter at St. Joseph’s Health.
References themselves are now considered a passive lead source for future openings at St. Joseph’s, which facilitates the team’s sourcing efforts with a warm audience. Information uncovered assists with effective placement efforts, especially for Nurses where every candidate is critical. Matching applicants to the positions that make the most sense for both sides is important for long term employee success and satisfaction.
“The team is more fulfilled and doing the work they are passionate about. We will be turning our analytics more towards the future, really thinking about predictive hiring and how that can take us to the next level. The ability to use reference feedback that is quick and honest has been and will be a game changer when it comes to hiring, placement, training, and retention.”
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