Flipping Ageism: Ways to Future and Age Proof your Job Search

We are well into an era of business that thrives on digital technology, confident leadership, and advanced knowledge. Company leaders are readily seeking well-trained, fresh-minded candidates to drive success within their businesses. This process calls attention to age, experience, and professional development – which is causing turmoil in the world of recruitment. The expectation of…

Stop Rebranding Your Job Titles!

Recently, The Wall Street Journal published a piece called Who Wants to Be a Ninja? Job Titles Get a Rebranding. If you haven’t read it yet, the basic assertion of the article is that people (in particular Millennials and younger generations) prefer to apply for jobs with fun words like ninja, hacker or wrangler. We…

Stay Current! Recruiting Trends to Watch for 2016

In the world of recruitment it is absolutely essential that you learn how to ride the waves of change. Several years ago, recruiters would post print ads in journals as their primary often their only form of advertising, but along with the emergence of new media and sourcing methods, the field has broadened significantly and…

2016 Physician Recruitment Trends You Need to Know

As summer moves in so does the new recruitment season and according to the May/June issue of The New England Journal of Medicine‘s piece regarding “The Medicus Firm’s 2016 Provider Placement Summary”, Primary Care is still the largest area of placement for physicians. In 2015, that summary reported that 35.57% of all placements were for Primary…

Effective Physician Recruitment Marketing Tactics for 2016

The flipside of any negative situation is opportunity. Per Medscape’s Lifestyle Report 2016: Bias and Burnout research, physician burnout is at an all time high. In fact, “the highest percentages of burnout occurred in critical care, urology, and emergency medicine, all at 55%. Family medicine and internal medicine follow closely at 54%.” Those areas of…