College Degree: Credibility to Interview

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on August 14, 2018

As a Recruitment Executive I see resumes all day long (as you might imagine.) If someone does not have a BS/BA degree then for education I will often see things like Graduate of the Dale Carnegie course or Toastmasters, etc. It’s not the same.

In many cases, having a license to work in a specific field such as nursing or physical therapy looks great on a resume (without having a college degree) ; however having a license along with a college degree in most cases trumps the competition….on paper.

Do you have “transferable skills?- A healthcare recruiter blog

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on January 31, 2018

A true recruitment story. Some time ago, I learned that a very prestigious Oncology Hospital was searching for a VP of Clinical Services. The candidate had to have experience working in the field of Oncology. I contacted the Chief Nursing Officer and introduced myself. I politely asked if I could assist in recruiting to fill […]

Talent Acquisition Firm in Los Angeles: Premier Search, Inc.

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on January 29, 2018

At Premier Search, Inc. our business was built around one simple, undeniable truth.  The most successful companies are those that have access to the best available professionals.  Not just in Los Angeles, but nationwide. We understand the problem There is a shortage of good people in the healthcare industry. Today it is essential to utilize […]

Employers: Do You Have a Stale Employee?

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on February 14, 2017

What makes for a stale employee…… and more importantly why hold on to someone who has passed their “expiration date”? A stale employee can be measured by their current effectiveness and by their current results.

How to Keep Millennials from Leaving Their Jobs

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on September 1, 2016

Millennials often seek a higher purpose when it comes to their work. When trying to keep Millennials happy, remind them of your company’s mission statement, and how they contribute and are crucial to the greater cause. They like to know they are of worth. Forty-nine percent of junior Millennials (or Millennials in graduate or junior positions) reported in a Deloitte survey that their personal values or morals were very influential in their decision-making at work.