In the current candidate-driven job market, recruiters are looking for unique ways to attract talent. Some have resorted to even (dare we say it?) recruitment strategies on the border of weird and wacky. What can we learn from the unusual recruitment tactics that are being used and actually getting results? Here’s a rundown of some unique recruitment strategies that actually work.
If you’re like most of us, you’d love to be wealthier. Having more money would alleviate stress. It would make it easier to pay your bills and buy nicer things. Maybe it’d allow you to spend more time with your kids and go on more vacations. You’re not alone if you wish you could somehow earn a more significant income.
Nurse PractitionerJohns Hopkins UniversityNew York, NYMaintain adequate clinical suppliesMaintain Letter of Permit Exception with the New York Department of Health/CLIA required for lab testing provided on-siteReport covid 19 test results to State Health Dept as requiredMaintain patient medical records Work collaboratively with the Benefits and HR teams:To coordinate and plan health and wellness events and initiatives;To manage workers' compensation claims;To expand clinic services and reach.Nurse PractitionerJohns Hopkins UniversityBlackstone, VirginiaMust be licensed as NP by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Nursing and National Board Certification. Full-timeNurse PractitionerJohns Hopkins UniversityBeloit, WisconsinThis position provides clinical and administrative activities at the Frito Lay on site clinic in Beloit, WI. The position reports directly to the West Coast Regional Coordinator for the Frito Lay/JHU partnership.Nurse PractitionerJohns Hopkins UniversitySan Diego, CA+ Provide on-site specimen/lab collection for employees presenting lab orders from their PCP. + Perform urine drug screening and breath alcohol testing in accordance with company protocol.
When a student applies for their first job or for their next academic degree, they don’t have much experience to showcase their skills and personal qualities. Hiring managers and admissions officers, therefore, often look at recommendation letters as a way to go beyond the student’s GPA and learn more about the student’s skills and personal qualities.
jobsearcher.com/blogWhat Makes a Good Paid Time Off (PTO) PolicyThe world of work has undergone some major transformation in recent years. From remote and flexible work to increased emphasis on employee benefits and wellbeing, companies nowadays have to be very intentional about their HR policies and how they approach talent acquisition.
jobsearcher.com/blogInternal Recruiting: Benefits and 5 Internal Recruiting Methods to ConsiderInternal and external recruiting are nearly the same thing. The biggest difference is where candidates are sourced. There are instances where external recruiting may be the best option. However, when you are presented with the opportunity to recruit internally, you should take full advantage of the different internal recruiting methods. Initially you will find that the hiring process gets a little bit easier. Then you'll notice all the other benefits that internal recruiting offers.
jobsearcher.com/blogWhat Makes a Company a Great Place to WorkAfter one too many after-hours emails, you’re on the hunt for a new gig. But what makes a company a great place to work? And how will you know when you find one? Finding a motivating, safe, and productive work environment is important for our mental and physical health. If you’re financially frustrated, creatively stuck, or just plain over it, it’s time to find a healthier workplace where you can flourish.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Recruit and Retain Gen Z EmployeesAs Boomers and the oldest Gen X are exiting the workforce, younger Millennials and Gen Z are flowing in. While the younger generations seem to be completely different than the older generations, many care about some of the same things- financial security, working conditions, etc. However, due to social and cultural differences in the era that Gen Z has grown up in, they have concerns that were never even workplace topics of discussion 20 years ago.