Strategies to Work Through A Reduction in Force

Managers and human resources have a difficult job, and it is never more difficult than during a time of reduction in force (RIF). It’s easy to think that your worst day is when you lose your job, but perhaps the worst day is when you have to tell your employees [...]

Strategies to Work Through A Reduction in Force2020-06-05T21:05:15+00:00

Sounding the Siren Call for Preceptors

The model for staffing hospitals and the neonatal intensive care unit is changing, but is your hospital ready for that change? In a nurse’s journey to becoming a neonatal nurse practitioner, one of the final steps is working in the hospital under a preceptor. This is often a thrilling time [...]

Sounding the Siren Call for Preceptors2020-05-04T21:46:26+00:00

Why Headhunter Access to Management is a WIN for HR

Many people have fears or anxiety about headhunters to fill positions. However, for a quality organization, a good headhunter can be your best ally and assist your company in many excellent ways Once the decision has been made to bring in a headhunter, lots of employers restrict the ability of [...]

Why Headhunter Access to Management is a WIN for HR2020-03-09T17:07:27+00:00

Achieving Job Satisfaction for the Nursing Management Professional

How happy are you at your job? Across the board, studies reveal that the majority of nurse managers (70% to 95%) experience a high level of satisfaction on the job. Nevertheless, there are those who suffer from burnout, stress and tense relationships with physicians and administrators. Even here at ENSEARCH, [...]

Achieving Job Satisfaction for the Nursing Management Professional2020-02-04T17:23:07+00:00

Is it Possible to Work Effectively with an External Recruiter?

External recruiters are not usually the favorite group of people within a human resources office. They’re somewhat disliked. But more often than not, they’re viewed as just a necessary evil — like paying one’s taxes or calling the plumber when your DIY expertise isn’t enough. However, is this true? Are [...]

Is it Possible to Work Effectively with an External Recruiter?2020-01-18T00:40:52+00:00

The Perils of Contingency-Based Searches Given to Multiple Recruiters

Although many of my third-party recruiters might not like making this information public, please allow me to take you behind the veiled curtain and share with you what goes on once you assign your job opening to multiple search firms on a contingency basis. Disclaimer: This is not a blog [...]

The Perils of Contingency-Based Searches Given to Multiple Recruiters2019-12-11T19:41:25+00:00

Should You Hire an Experienced NNP or a Talented Rookie?

- The Pros and Cons - It’s always a difficult question when you are faced with multiple candidates for the same position. It may seem like a no-brainer to hire the experienced candidate, but there is a lot to say for rookies as well. Everyone has to be a rookie [...]

Should You Hire an Experienced NNP or a Talented Rookie?2019-11-13T19:55:50+00:00

How to Retain Your Top NNP Talent

As a healthcare professional, you know that qualified neonatal nurses are in short supply. If you recruit NNPs, you may also know that the demand for these exceptional practitioners is predicted to grow by 33% over the next few years. Finding and hiring qualified NNPs is a daunting task. Once you [...]

How to Retain Your Top NNP Talent2019-09-11T20:12:28+00:00

Why Are You Struggling to Fill So Many Open Job Requisitions?

Finding a job these days is almost like fishing. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for a job or looking to hire someone for a job. It is a difficult position. As a staffing member of Human Resources (HR), it can feel almost like an endless chore to finally [...]

Why Are You Struggling to Fill So Many Open Job Requisitions?2019-08-11T18:01:41+00:00