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Allied Health EMPLOYERS: Keep Recruiter Fees Confidential From Candidates

two women talking to each other in a job interview

In the world of Allied Health job hunting and recruitment, communication is key. However, some conversations are best kept behind closed doors. We’ve recently encountered situations where employers have openly discussed recruiter fees with candidates during the hiring process. This practice not only puts jobseekers in an uncomfortable position but also has a negative impact…

EMPLOYERS: How to use recruiters to find great candidates

You’re hiring! Adding a new member to your team can be an exciting, and sometimes stressful time. Working with an expert recruiter will help you find great candidates efficiently and effectively, and they’ll walk you through essential referee checks and negotiations. Here are our tips to get the best out of your recruitment consultant. 1)…

EMPLOYERS: this is why Allied Health candidates don’t want to work for you

In the current state of Allied Health, candidates hold all the power You can always trust us at Medijobs Australia to give you the cold, hard truth! We’re not here to mince words, we’re here to match incredible Allied Health professionals with their dream employers. So, with that in mind, here’s some information we think…

EMPLOYERS: Retained searches are not a good idea. Here’s why.

What is retained search Retained search in recruitment is when a recruiter or recruitment company is paid to find and recruit a candidate for a specific job. A retained search recruiter gets paid at stages of the recruitment process prior to the candidate being placed. This is as opposed to ‘contingency searches’, where a recruiter…

The job benefits Allied Health employees want now

Finding it hard to attract and retain top talent? You’re not alone. With a record low unemployment rate of 3.9%, the job market has become very competitive lately, and employers are feeling it. Allied Health workers are exceptionally savvy, especially if they’ve been in the industry for 12 months or more! They’ve studied hard and…

Why your Allied Health organisation should try the 4-day work week

(And how we do it) Since COVID-19 turned the working world upside down, there’s been a lot of talk around how to get people back into offices. What will it take? Higher salaries? More work-from-home flexibility? Perhaps a rap-style video? Or maybe it’s what we at Medijobs Australia have been doing for over 15 years:…

EMPLOYERS: Here are your options in the case of Double Representation in Allied Health Recruitment

Ever received the same candidate resume from 2 different agencies? Don’t worry, it’s more common than you’d think. But just because it happens often, doesn’t make it OK. Here’s how employers can end up with a case of double representation in allied health recruitment, and how to avoid it. The following are some scary-yet-real examples…

How to deal with workplace bullies in Allied Health

(and why you definitely should) As recruiters, we are made aware of workplace bullying from time to time. What is amazing is when an employer does nothing in response. They display a lack of sustainable and optimal action, lack of knowledge and lack of best-practice, evidence-based workplace policies and procedures. Not to mention a lack…