Hueman Blog

How HR Leaders Can Decrease Hospital Costs

Posted by Joe Marino
 
Today, human resource leaders must be proactive in decreasing costs within their healthcare organizations. I sat down with Meadville Medical Center VP of HR, Greg Maras and DeKalb Medical's Executive Director of HR, Cathy Hardin to pick their brains on how they have done just that. 
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Topics: recruitment

Why is Cultural Fit Important in the Workplace?

Posted by Joe Marino

What's a "cultural fit" anyway? And why is cultural fit important when finding a job candidate?

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Topics: Culture, recruitment

What's in a Name? How we landed on 'Hueman'

Posted by Dwight Cooper

 

Businesses are no longer looking for employees based on skill, know-how and tenure alone. Now, they’re focused on finding employees who:

  • Are creative
  • Are passionate
  • Have a strong character
  • Have the ability to collaborate

In other words, companies are now looking at how to hire hearts instead of just heads.

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Topics: about Hueman

4 Most Common Reasons Why Employees Quit Their Jobs

Posted by Pete Hannigan

Why are employees leaving your business?

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Topics: Culture, recruitment, Employee Engagement

What's the True Cost of Employee Turnover?

Posted by Derek Carpenter

When an employee leaves your business, whether it’s through resignation or termination, it’s not cheap. The costs associated with employee turnover are both tangible and intangible.

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Topics: recruitment

3 Mistakes Healthcare Recruiters are Making and What it's Costing Your Business

Posted by Dina DeMarco

 The hiring practices that lead to high turnover (aka employees leaving the business) in the healthcare industry are avoidable mistakes. The healthcare sector experiences four times as much employee turnover as other industries, and wallets are hit hard because of it. If your organization is making these three hiring mistakes, consider revising your approach.

1. Underestimating the value of cultural fit:

Culture is a top-three factor for job satisfaction around the globe, and employees who actually care about their culture have a 31 percent lower turnover rate than those who quit to pursue new opportunities.

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Topics: Healthcare, recruitment