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Review of Recruitment Made Simple

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[Following is an official review of "Recruitment Made Simple" by Maria Angeles.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Recruitment Made Simple: 7 Key Strategies for Success in Healthcare Recruiting by Maria Angeles offers a comprehensive guide for navigating the complex landscape of healthcare recruitment. In a time with a possible shortage of healthcare professionals, Angeles presents a timely resource packed with actionable insights and strategic frameworks. Drawing from her extensive experience as a Senior Corporate Recruiter at Chai Urgent Care in New York, Angeles positions herself as a seasoned guide, ready to lead recruiters to recruitment success.

Angeles emphasizes the high stakes in healthcare recruitment, where a misstep can affect human lives. She delves into the unique dynamics of the healthcare industry, from evolving technologies to changing patient demographics, highlighting the importance of aligning candidates' values with the vital mission of providing compassionate care. The book explores innovative approaches such as telehealth and gamification, offering practical advice on building employer brands that resonate with ideal candidates.

Furthermore, Angeles addresses the crucial role of non-clinical staff and the impact of factors like budgetary constraints and student debt burdens on recruitment. She underscores the significance of fostering a culture where healthcare professionals feel valued and appreciated, emphasizing the role of recognition and involvement in retention efforts.

The book also provides valuable insights into navigating licensure and certification requirements. Angeles' expertise shines through as she distills complex concepts into digestible strategies, making the book accessible to all recruiters, regardless of their experience.

I enjoyed the sprinkles of humor embedded throughout the text to balance the mood. Moreover, the book is almost flawless with professional editing. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars.

Overall, Recruitment Made Simple is a valuable resource for healthcare recruiters seeking to enhance their recruitment practices in an increasingly competitive landscape. The book will appeal to a range of readers, including healthcare professionals, administrators, executives, students, and educators. Angeles' blend of practical advice, industry insights, and anecdotes makes for an engaging read that will resonate with recruiters striving for success in healthcare recruitment.

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