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5 Tips to Improve Your Health Care Screening Program [Infographic]

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Ensuring that the healthcare industry engages the most qualified medical professionals is paramount.

Businesses can’t afford to cut corners when checking the background of those entrusted to care for the sick, the infirm and the growing number of elderly.

Here are a few tips to consider when initiating or reviewing your screening program to help mitigate risk and improve the hiring process.

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Behind the Scenes of Background and Reference Checks

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We’re often asked what goes on “behind the scenes” of a background check. What do you ask references? What do you verify when you contact the candidate’s schools? What do you verify when you check employment history?

The basics are usually pretty well understood, but some details may not be obvious and even seem mysterious.

While background checks including reference checks may vary from employer to employer, and from one background check company to another, this article examines the most commonly-requested elements.

Après Interview - When Employers Don’t Get Back to Candidates

Après Interview: When Employers Don’t Get Back to Candidates

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Peruse any job website or bulletin board focusing on jobs and one of the most frequently asked questions – and probably the greatest source of anger, discouragement and confusion in searching for a job – is why organizations don’t communicate with candidates following the interview.

Typically, recruiters and hiring managers say they’re too busy to let candidates know they didn’t get the job. And no one enjoys being the bearer of bad news.

A candidate who never hears back, particularly when he or she is told “We’ll be in touch,” may make your company famous – and not in a good way.

Letting candidates down can be done quite simply. Read on to learn more.

Hidden in Plain Sight – Protecting Your Organization from Leadership Risk

Hidden in Plain Sight – Protecting Your Organization from Leadership Risk

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Executives who maintain leadership positions must have the passion and creativity to be inspirational and the experience to make exceptional decisions. They must also have a reputation beyond reproach. Even the slightest error or omission in their work history, if uncovered after their hire, may be seized upon by citizen journalists who can use social […]