- 0Mar 11, '13 by rjendraskoI am currently assisting as an advance clinician advisor on some recruiting efforts. I fully appreciate this site is not to be used as a recruiting tool or self solicitation. I am wondering what you as advanced practitioners find works most efficiently and respectfully for when you are being contacted.
Do you typically look on certain web pages or are you more responsive to phone calls. Is LinkedIn the best practice? This is a new market my company has asked me to help grow and I thought checking here would probably provide me the most accurate feedback.
What are the most respectful and efficient ways to recruit Nurse Practitioners for 1099 contract work? I should also mention the last goal of these efforts would be to pull someone away from their current job. We are simply looking to find people who can help out in their free time.
Richard W. Jendrasko III
- 0Mar 12, '13 by PsychcnsQuote from traumaRUsEmail. Like Juan I read bulk emails in my spare time. Specific emails for my specialty are also good. Email with invitation to call are good. I don't usually get phone calls at work and a recruiter trying to call would probably annoy me. If I like the job description I get on email I will call.ANd please dont call my office and tell the receptionist its personal and very important that you reach me but then state its personal when asked which pt this concerns?
- 0Mar 16, '13 by TinabeanrnI agree. Email is the best way. I actually had someone send me a text message and that was fine too. But since most APN work during the day and get a million calls that are already work related...phone calls are probably not always best. Unless the person is a new grad and not working yet. Best of Luck Richard!