Medical Professionals

The labour market for doctors and nursing staff is currently as good as no longer. At Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. you will find additional information. Cologne, 6 September 2011 is currently as good as no longer the labour market for doctors and nursing staff. The resulting new challenges for the HR managers. It is to find effective ways and means to fill current vacancies soon. But how to reach young physician as well as seasoned doctors best? More online offerings are needed, or it retains traditional media? Where find the job seekers become the most? The DocCheck felt all market research now on the digital dental healthcare professionals.

The results of the survey among 350 doctors, medical students and nurses shows for the first time: the Internet plays the largest role in all aspects of the job search. Thus more than three quarters of job seekers on the Internet find out already in the pre-selection of suitable employers, and two-thirds in addition rely on testimonials. The vast majority of medical uses Online sources such as the Internet presence of clinics and practices, followed by online job boards and search engines. Only five percent said not to do so. The profession-specific portals DocCheck lie at the online job boards and on the top places, only with some distance, non-specific job boards, such as step tone or Monster follow aerzteblatt.de. On top of that, the survey shows that with 60 percent of those surveyed while the majority generally satisfied is with her job, but just 40 percent even with the current employer. Therefore it is not surprising that the vast majority though not active in job search, but is still open to new job offers and safely. When choosing an employer, other aspects are crucial in addition to classical decision factors such as salary or close to the place of residence.

These include, for example, Fort – and training opportunities, as well as the compatibility of the jobs with family and leisure activities. It is relevant to all HR managers, but especially, that the image of the employer is important for two-thirds of respondents. The conclusion of the study is: the Internet presences and the image of employers are becoming increasingly important. But also the visibility of the advertisement and its range one must not underestimate. “, so Janko toe, head of portal management at DocCheck.” These two aspects are covered best of online job boards, because many jobs on a portal are gathered. In competitive labour markets, such as the healthcare market, it is important to address the potential of passive seekers. This increases the chances of the staffing enormously.”