Using Affiliate Providers to Fill Executive Level Positions

Mar 16 - Contingent Staffing

 

Using Affiliate Providers to Fill Executive Level Positions

2017 is predicted to be the year of technology, life sciences and industrial sectors when it comes to executive level hiring according to executive search firm ON Partners. That’s a result of the continued economic recovery, digitalization and cyber-security concerns, according to the search firm.

 

Among the list of top executive jobs in life sciences and healthcare is chief strategy officer and director of virtual medicine, whose responsibility is applying technology to patient care.

 

When the shoe doesn’t fit

Making the selection for an executive level position is not for the faint of heart mostly because the impacts can have far reaching effects.

 

A survey of more than 6,000 hiring professionals worldwide conducted by CareerBuilder revealed that 27 percent of the U.S. employers surveyed said that just one poor hire cost their company more than $50,000.

 

However, the costs go beyond the dollar amount when factoring in negative impacts on employee morale and client contentment. If the erred position is of an executive level the ramifications can quickly balloon.

 

Increasing your bets  

On the contrary, making the right choice can be a game changer for an organization.

 

Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others.  – John Maxwell

 

Executive leaders are selected to be in it for the long haul in most cases. They set or maintain company culture and make subsequent organizational and hiring decisions that can have lasting positive change. Success breeds success, and when it comes to healthcare organizations, patient care relies on empowering leaders to pave the way.

 

With so much at stake with an open executive position, organizations often look for help in identifying the best and brightest talent in this increasingly competitive marketplace by utilizing affiliate providers.

 

People, process and technology working in tandem

It’s truly a matter of quality over quantity in navigating the applicant pool. PPR Vendor Solutions can source candidates from more than 200 affiliate providers who specialize in permanent and/or contract staffing within all settings. Having a robust network of vendors allows us to cast the widest net sourcing the right candidates as fast as possible.

 

The PPR team is committed to taking the time needed to screen candidates to the client set specifications. When needed, added marketing efforts both inside and outside the affiliate network are deployed to find quality rather than quantity. PPR believes that putting forth only the best candidates for client review ultimately results in a more positive experience and sound patient care.

 

Select the right partner who can put the best leaders at your organization’s helm. Contact us today and let us know what executive level positions you are or may be hiring for in the future.

 

Picking a Vendor Manager with Proven Success

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Are you shopping for a vendor management company with a reputable track record you can trust? Find a VM with the expertise that you need to succeed!

When considering a new VM, start by educating yourself by dissecting each VM’s proven success. Ask potential VMs for proof of improved:

  • Start Management
  • Time to Fill
  • Candidate Sourcing
  • Candidate Quality
  • Premium Labor Spend
  • Total Amount of Open Positions
  • Process Improvement

Don’t waste your time on the wrong VM!  Pick a partner with credible success. If a VM has no evidence of what they can do to help you, they are not the partner you should choose.

Want to know more about what the right VM can do for you? Contract us today at www.pprvs.com/contact-ppr for more information about our vendor manager solutions, customized for you!

The Distinctive Difference: VMS vs MSP

MSP

Although distinctively different, Managed Service Providers (MSP) and Vendor Management System (VMS) function together to help hiring organizations, succeed.

So…want to know the difference? Let’s start with MSP!

A Managed Service Provider (MSP) is an outsourced agency that manages the temporary staffing needs of a hiring organization. Hospitals, for example, often use an MSP to solve the hiring headaches caused by the industry’s current nursing shortage. One way an MSP might handle a client hospital’s staffing needs is by onboarding travel nurses. Overall, AN MSP handles 100% of the client’s contingent staffing needs including:

  • Filling open positions
  • Boost candidate quality
  • Increase vendor visibility
  • Reduce premium labor spend
  • Solve inefficient process
  • Increase candidate submissions

So…what exactly is VMS?

A VMS is a reportable software tool that functions to support the MSP in collecting measurable data including the time and expense per vendor submission. This data collecting software promote vendor manager visibility on various matters for each client’s executive and management team to see. Furthermore, an MSP uses VMS software for:

  • Collecting candidate submissions
  • Candidate interview coordination
  • Job offers
  • Billing
  • Collecting candidate documentation

Let MSP and VMS help your organization achieve! Find out more about our MSP and VMS success at www.pprvs.com/contact-ppr!

Finding the Right Staffing Company for You!

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Don’t contract for the wrong staffing company. Instead, start the New Year off right!

Use the tips below as a guide to make sure working with a staffing company that can help you achieve your school therapy dreams, come 2017!

  1. Look for a staffing company with recruiters who understand the unique issues of school systems in order to adequately provide healthcare services and meeting the special needs of students.
  2. Your recruiter should be reliable and customer-service oriented. It is important for your own success as a contractor to find a recruiter who you can easily contact and communicate issues too.
  3. Whether you are an SLP, OT, PT or School Psychologist, make sure you are working with a company who is able to cater to you, no matter what type of therapy professional you are.
  4. Check that the staffing company you are considering working for is Joint Commission Certified. This ensures you are dealing with a reputable company with proven track record for handling school contract therapy professionals.

Want to learn more? For more information, contact us at ppredu.com. 

Ring in the New Year Right!

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Ring in the New Year right by finding a reliable vendor manager who can help you achieve in meeting your unique staffing needs…no matter what they are!

Premium labor spend, poor candidate quality, inefficient process, slow start management, open positions, low candidate count—work with a vendor manager to conquer it all! Here are tips to help you choose the best vendor manager for you.

The Perfect Fit

You want to find a  vendor management company whose culture fits your companies. Looking on each potential vendor management company’s website is a great place to start! If you still have questions, don’t be afraid to give them a call. When picking the right partner, knowledge is power. The only way to find “the perfect fit” is by seeking out what each option has to offer.

Trust and Reliability

No relationship works without trust and reliability. If you aren’t able to trust your current vendor manager, it’s time to consider throwing in the towel and moving on.

Checking Success

If a vendor management company has had no history of success, it’s best to look elsewhere. By trusting a vendor manager with a poor track record, you’re risking wasting more dollars and precious time. Make sure you do thorough interviews  and don’t be afraid to ask questions that question their track record.

Do you want to learn more about working with a reliable, partner-driven provider? Contact us today at www.pprvs.com.

PPR Vendor Solutions Client Testimonial

“We work with PPR on a number of their Vendor Management relationships and enjoy a strong relationship with PPR.”  — PPR Affiliate Provider since 2010