A new year represents a fresh start; for many people, it’s the perfect time to search for a new job. For people who are seeking employment in the healthcare field, a healthcare recruiter may be the right way to go. They bring several important attributes to the table.
Access to Thousands of Clients
Searching for a new job can be challenging, and it can be tough to figure out where to start. Recruiters know where to start because they have access to thousands of clients. That access is important. It may be helpful to think of it as a matchmaking business built on relationships, and the recruiter wants to make a win-win situation for both the company and the client. That’s why they endeavor to understand the needs and expectations on both sides before making a move.
Each success is an achievement, but it’s also part of something bigger. Recruiters are essentially in a relationship-building business. The successful ones know that their long-term success is based on building their network of relationships.
To maintain access to thousands of clients – and attract new clients – it’s essential for recruiters to be professional. That’s why excellent recruiters take the time to learn about each client’s needs and what each candidate brings to the table. In addition, the best recruiters dig deep to find out what will really make clients and candidates happy. In other words, they take it to the next level by going beyond what candidates and clients need to find out what they want
Recruiters know their stuff; it’s how they succeed in their work. That benefits clients as well as candidates because it translates to a higher level of expertise related to job knowledge, employment trends, and recruitment practices by virtue of continuous placement of employees. Specializing in certain fields brings another valuable attribute: industry experience.
Recruiters have to know their stuff when it comes to placements, but they also have to know their stuff in terms of salary. They know what people with a certain level of experience and expertise are worth. They can help candidates negotiate salary and deal with client salary negotiations.
Salary negotiations can be tough. Many people who work with recruiters prefer to let the recruiter be the go-between. In those cases, if an employer wants to talk about salary, the candidate can say that the recruiter will handle salary negotiations. This can be especially important for clients who are uncomfortable or unfamiliar with salary discussions.
We Are Here for You
At 365 Healthcare Staffing Services, we specialize in the recruitment and placement of healthcare professionals in per diem, travel, and permanent assignments in healthcare facilities across the country. We have access to thousands of clients, we are professional, and we offer competitive rates. Interested? Give us a call at 310.436.3650 today.