When an employer asks a candidate, “How much money will it take for you to accept this job?” or “What kind of money are you looking to earn?” this can be a very loaded question. Proceed with caution.
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A true recruitment story. Some time ago, I learned that a very prestigious Oncology Hospital was searching for a VP of Clinical Services. The candidate had to have experience working in the field of Oncology.… Read More »Do you have “transferable skills?- A healthcare recruiter blog
At Premier Search, Inc. our business was built around one simple, undeniable truth. The most successful companies are those that have access to the best available professionals. Not just in Los Angeles, but nationwide. We… Read More »Talent Acquisition Firm in Los Angeles: Premier Search, Inc.
Are you feeling pretty comfortable in your current job? If you are making a decent living, and if the work is “ok” and if your boss is not too terrible, it can be easy to… Read More »5 reasons to jump at the chance of going on an interview
For employers, the absent employee throws a huge monkey wrench into the machinery of an operation. A “no show” should be a “no go” for many employers.
As a business owner of a healthcare executive search firm, I know first hand that very few things about my business aggravates me more than employee absenteeism.
Even if you may not be “on” the job market, most likely you are “in” the job market should an excellent opportunity come your way. So it makes complete sense to take a call or… Read More »Always take a recruiter’s call: here’s why: