Hueman Blog

Reduce Turnover and Increase Employee Engagement via the Job Interview [eBook]

Posted by Joe Marino

I sat down with the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) to discuss how Hueman partnered with a large organization to improve their job interview process to increase employee engagement and decrease turnover.In this eBook, we cover:

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Topics: RPO, Recruitment, Turnover, Employee Engagement, eBook

How to Find the Right Cultural Fit for Your Company [eBook]

Posted by Sarah Palmer

When you're interviewing job candidates, what do you focus on? Do you go beyond qualifications? You should. Focusing on finding the right cultural fits during recruitment can benefit your organization from top to bottom. Learn how to find the right cultural fits for your company in our eBook which details:

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Topics: Culture, eBook

How Corporate Culture Can Win You Top Talent [eBook]

Posted by Dwight Cooper

The competition for top talent in today's candidate pool is fierce. But a top-notch corporate culture can be your organization's one-up on the rest. And even better? It can help you land talent that didn't even know they wanted to make a job move.

Top-notch corporate culture.

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Topics: Culture, eBook

How to Reduce Employee Turnover in Your Healthcare Company [eBook]

Posted by Dina DeMarco

For healthcare companies, recruiting and retaining top talent is more crucial than ever before. The industry has quickly become an employee’s market, and there are no signs of that changing in the foreseeable future.

Healthcare is adding jobs at a rate almost double that of other industries. This means healthcare employees — whether they’re A+ or C- candidates — have plenty of job options to choose from. Workers know their skills are in high demand, and they’re not afraid to leave jobs in pursuit of something better.

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Topics: Turnover, eBook

The C-Suite Handbook to Strategic Healthcare Recruitment [eBook]

Posted by Dwight Cooper

The healthcare industry’s turnover problem is growing year over year. Total employee turnover came in at just under 20 percent in 2015, up from 17.7 percent in 2014. Nurses are especially difficult to retain — 15 percent of new nurses leave their jobs after one year. And after three years, that number jumps to 43 percent.

Losing a single nurse can cost hospitals nearly $65,000. On average, providers spend $1,200 training each new employee — and that’s if they can find people to fill the vacancies. Organizations that struggle to recruit replacements spend up to 50 percent of their yearly revenues hiring premium labor sources.

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Topics: Recruitment Strategy, eBook