Posts Tagged "Qualifying"

Facebook Recruiting-Friend or Foe

I have mixed emotions about Facebook recruiting for travel nursing.  After joining several groups out there, I find myself rapidly unsubscribing from notifications or unfollowing altogether.  There are still a few that do offer very valuable information to both the…

Painting a New Picture:A Strategy for Developing Your Candidate’s Plan B

In today’s Healthcare Staffing Industry, it is easy for recruiters to be order-takers.  By order-takers, we are referring to those that talk with their potential candidates about money and location and stop there in the recruitment process.  With the access…

What, Not Yes

I like to read. Always have. It’s a way for me to turn off all the other noise and focus. Plus, I believe if you aren’t learning you aren’t growing. And I never want to be in that position. LinkedIn…

Frustrated as a Recruiter? Try This!

If you’ve never been frustrated as a travel nurse recruiter or client manager, you you are probably just starting your career.  This job can take its toll on the best of us.  Especially in the age of VMS’s-it can make…

Recruiting With Confidence

Recruiters are expected to be advocates for their travelers, but they are also required to be knowledgeable about every aspect of the recruiting and contracting process.  This can be an overwhelming amount of information, so we’ve compiled a list of…

Travel Healthcare Recruiters: Eliminate “Time Sucks”

  A skill shared by successful recruiters in the healthcare staffing industry is the ability to differentiate when you have a legitimate shot at securing a contract for a prospect and when you do not. The reality is…some will…some won’t,…

Great Initial Conversations But Your Prospects go MIA?

What are some ways to guarantee your prospect answers that second scheduled call? So many recruiters have found themselves in the following position:  You have a great conversation with a nurse. She tells you she wants to move forward and…