We’ve all been there. Your practice is understaffed and your team is feeling overworked. So you post a job ad in hopes that you’ll find an amazing, qualified candidate to join your team. You wait days, or even weeks, and by the time you get your first application in, you’re ready to hire just about anybody. You may hire someone who isn’t really a good fit for the role, so they end up leaving. Or maybe they stick around and you hope they’ll leave because they aren’t turning out to be the all-star employee you were hoping for. One of the main reasons for this pattern in veterinary medicine is that practices lack an organized, structured method for recruiting, interviewing, and hiring job candidates.
In this podcast episode, Randy Hall shares eight reasons why your hiring process selects the wrong people and offers advice for making big changes to the way you hire new talent. If you’re looking for a step-by-step guide for hiring in your practice, check out Aspire’s online course, Attracting & Hiring Exceptional Talent. This course provides everything you need to transform your hiring process and find the right people for your team. Learn more about Aspire courses and our 30-day free trial at aspirevet.com