From Crisis to Comfort: Nursing & Rehab provider addresses critical staffing challenge

From Crisis to Comfort: Nursing & Rehab provider addresses critical staffing challenge

The Challenge:

A shortage of qualified nurse talent had created a crisis for our client, a multi-site nursing and rehab provider based in rural Ohio. Current staff was required to work a significant amount of mandatory overtime on a regular basis to provide the necessary coverage. As a result, employee attrition had reached concerning levels while many of the remaining staff contemplated making a job change. Administration was focused on solving a staffing issue which had increased their operating costs and negatively impacted the employer brand and employment experience, ultimately putting quality of care at risk. 

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Regional Therapy Provider leverages partner to fill critical leadership role

Regional Therapy Provider leverages partner to fill critical leadership role

The Challenge:

Our client had a recruitment infrastructure which generally did an adequate job of filling staff level clinical roles.  However, when faced with filling a key leadership role, it became apparent the tools and expertise to execute the search internally were lacking.  Identifying a high caliber candidate was critical to the future success of the business.  They required a leader who possessed not only clinical business expertise but someone who also fit within the culture of the organization.  Identifying a recruiting partner who understood ...

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National Healthcare provider solves staffing challenge; increases level of care, financial performance

National Healthcare provider solves staffing challenge; increases level of care, financial performance

The Challenge:

Like many healthcare firms our client struggled to fill clinical positions.  Battling the stark realities of the industry ... a shortage of qualified candidates and the fact many did not the client’s clinical setting as a preferred choice, solving the issue had inherent challenges.  With 300+ locations across the US and a HR generalist at each location, bandwidth and expertise to provide the level of recruitment focus required to address the needs did not exist.  A shift was made to centralize recruitment for key roles, but jobs were still going unfilled.  As a result, ...

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