Many individuals choose not to leave voicemails when calling prospective candidates who may not be aware of their opportunity. The reasons usually revolve around the lack of call backs they receive when they do leave a voicemail. But when done correctly, voicemails can be a very effective part of a complete physician recruitment strategy.
Follow the best practices in the infographic below to start leaving better voicemails for candidates and increase your chances of getting a call back.
Key Take Aways:
- Free yourself from the cookie cutter voicemail model
- Keep it under 40 seconds
- Include the value proposition
- Make sure they know you will be following up with more information
With the right approach, candidates will be more likely to start returning your voicemails and learning more about what your practice has to offer.