Healthcare Recruitment in the Face of Labor Shortages

Healthcare TA leaders are grappling with a long-brewing labor shortage that has accelerated in the last 3 years. Consulting firm Mercer projects a shortage of over 400,000 home health aides and 29,400 nurse practitioners by 2025. As a result, healthcare TA teams are struggling to achieve their hiring goals, with an average success rate of just 50%, according to our Healthcare Hiring Insights Report.


Get an on-demand recording of our executive roundtable discussion to hear how other TA leaders are shifting strategies and adopting new tactics to hit their goals, even amidst a growing healthcare labor shortage. 


This was a unique opportunity for industry leaders to come together, share their experiences, and chart the path forward. We heard directly from high-performing peers in the healthcare sector as they discussed:

  • Critical focus areas for healthcare TA teams as we transition from 2023 to 2024, and what needs to be deprioritized
  • The tools and tactics they use to keep high-volume roles filled continuously
  • How they slash time-to-hire without compromising on quality
  • Key insights into budgetary adjustments in these lean times
  • Inspiring, specific real-world stories of how TA leaders have recalibrated their strategies to hit their targets

We were delighted to have Brenda Purvis, Enterprise Talent Strategy at Kaiser Permanente, and Skyla Lambeth, Recruiting Operations Manager at Collective Health, share their wisdom while moderated by Jenn Oswald, Chief People Officer at GoodTime.

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