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How to Get More Travel Nursing Leads with Inbound Marketing

In Healthcare Staffing, Sourcing by Caitlin Delohery0 Comments

Travel nurses are constantly busy working different shift hours, having adventures, and exploring new cities. It can make getting their attention really tough. They don’t always have time to listen to voicemails or even read (let alone return) an email. Inbound marketing techniques can help recruiters break through the noise and save your recruiters’ time. Here’s how. What is Inbound …

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What Bad Hires Are Costing Your Company

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New hires can cost companies up to $240,000, according to branding agency Link Humans. That cost increases when the employee doesn’t work out. Research and analyst firm Brandon Hall Group (BHG) says the following costs add up when replacing an employee: advertising fees and staff time relocation and training fees for the replacement interrupted project costs lost customers weakened brand …

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How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Social Media [eBook]

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Our latest eBook, How Your Recruiters Should Be Using Social Media, walks you through the each of the major platforms, explains how they function, and lays out the individual strategies you can use to up your recruiting game. Here’s a taste of what you’ll get. Friend Facebook With over a billion users, Facebook is the best place to start your …

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Wages Rise While Unemployment Dips to a Decade Low

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Last month the unemployment rate descended to 4.4%, the lowest in more than ten years.    There were 211,000 jobs added to the market as it creeps closer to full employment. Not only that, but wages have grown 2.5% year over year as well. It’s unclear whether to credit the Obama or Trump administration for this continued economic expansion. Many …

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Employment Costs Increase for Q1

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The Employment Cost Index rose by 0.8% in Q1 2017, showing the largest quarterly increase since the end of 2007. Wages and salaries increased by 0.8%, and benefits rose 0.7%. The pace of these modest increases should not have a strong effect on inflation. Civilian workers have seen a 2.4% increase in salaries and benefits over the past year, which …

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Best and Worst Jobs of 2017

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The results are in! Statisticians, with a median annual salary of approximately $80k, rank #1 on CareerCast’s list of best and worst jobs for 2017. The report ranks 200 jobs across sectors and scores them based on growth outlook, income, environmental conditions, and stress. Rounding out the top five jobs are: Statisticians Medical Services Manager Operations Research Analyst Information Security …

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Mid-April Shows Stable Staffing Index

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The 4-week average staffing index ending on April 16 was up to 93.43, up 0.84% from the same week last year, though Easter caused a 0.57% dip in contract and temporary employment. Staffing employment was up 1.82% year-to-year. Source: American Staffing Association, ASA Staffing Index Monthly Report, April 2017 Caitlin DeloheryCaitlin Delohery is the Editor-in-Chief of StaffingHub. http://www.staffinghub.org