Online reviews have become a part of how most individuals make decisions: where to eat, what to watch, and what hotels to stay in. Now, it’s also influencing where physician candidates choose to practice.
More employees and patients are leaving reviews about healthcare organizations than ever before, but many hospitals and health systems fail to do anything to help them maintain their online reputations. In the long run, this can end up costing them prospective physician candidates and sabotaging their organization’s physician recruitment efforts.
5 Tips for Managing Your Online Reputation for Physician Recruitment Success [Infographic]
Most people don’t have the best impression Physician Recruiters. Just like in every other role, there are some recruiters who go above and beyond for their candidates and clients, while others are more apt to break the rules and let things slide. However, if you’re looking for your next opportunity, you’d be well served to avoid working with a bad recruiter.
When a healthcare organization is looking to partner with a recruitment firm, their first instinct is often to go with one of the large, big name agencies. Working on the belief that a larger agency means more manpower and a bigger talent pool, these organizations assume that going with a larger firm is the best way to get quick results. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.