One of the most important metrics for measuring the Return on Investment (ROI) of your recruiting tools is analyzing Sourcing Channels. When you measure these metrics over time, you’ll discover trends based on seasonality and more. Then you can invest in channels that actually deliver quality candidates – and are the most cost effective.
Analyzing sourcing channels,
How to calculate ROI for sourcing channels,
How to evolve your sourcing campaigns
Many physicians depend heavily on Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) to provide care within their practice. In fact, these clinicians now play some of the most crucial roles in the healthcare space.
Recruiting NPs and PAs,
Physician recruiters are all too familiar with the Candidate Funnel, often called the Talent Pipeline. Simply put, this is the process of finding, engaging with, and hiring prospective candidates. Physician recruiters know they need to be constantly looking for quality candidates, even when there’s no immediate opening, so your funnel is vital over the long term.
Maximize your candidate funnel,
Improve your physician recruitment ROI,
Nearly 75 percent of recruiters still aren’t using data to inform their decisions (per Jobvite). Why? Because data can be intimidating and there’s often too much of it. But you can’t improve what you don’t measure! Being competitive for great candidates means you need to leverage information.
Leverage information to boost your recruiting ROI,
Methods to boost your ROI,
Measure the effectiveness of your recruiting tools,
There’s a saying: what gets measured gets managed – and recruiting is no exception.
New technologies and big data have changed the way we do almost everything, and physician candidates can find information about your company, your jobs, your competitors’ jobs, and more with a few mouse clicks. Access to this new information has changed the way marketing is done, and it’s certainly changing how we recruit.
ROI of Recruiting,
Return on Invement,
Doximity Talent Finder had been updated! And while the site looks better than ever, these new features are more than just a facelift. We updated the platform from the ground up, and a few of the new features include: simpler, streamlined workflow to send DocMails, improved text analysis and machine learning algorithms on published Job Posts to match opportunities with the best candidates, and brand new Dashboard to monitor activity and stay up-to-date on your team's outreach. Read on for the details.
Innovators in Recruitment,
Tips for using Doximity Talent Finder
Physician recruiters understand the importance of attracting qualified candidates, but they don’t entirely understand how SEO can help.
SEO for physician recruitment,
Search Engine Optimization,
Help candidates find you online faster
Physician recruiters are effectively engaged in a “courtship” with candidates, and just like any successful relationship, courting physicians is about communication and understanding.
Recruiting a candidate's family,
Courting a physician candidate's spouse,
6 questions to ask about partners or spouses
One mistake many recruiting managers make is assuming social media, including social recruiting, is just another tool to add to an existing workflow. But social media is a strategy, not a tool. It requires forethought, planning, and dedicated implementation across the recruiting team. Social media isn’t a passive strategy, either – it requires engaging with passive candidates actively. This is critical to physician recruiting because a whopping 86% of physicians are passive candidates.
Why social recruiting isn't a passive strategy,
Leverage social media for physician recruitment,
Social media is a strategy, not a tool
Primary care physicians (family doctors) top the list of the most highly recruited physicians in the U.S. again this year (followed by psychiatrists, internists, obstetrician/gynecologists, and hospitalists), per a new report from Merritt Hawkins.
The most highly recruited physicians in the U.S.,
Recruiting primary care physicians,
Your primary tool for primary care sourcing