Contrary to popular belief now is the time to start your recruitment campaign. As recruiters we are aware of the stigma around the festive period but in our experience, for those clients who have bucked the trend and started their recruitment pre-Christmas, the results are impressive.
Prospect Health has been nominated for Employer of the Year at the York Apprenticeship Graduation and Awards Ceremony
Many graduates who are in their final year of study at University are insistent that they would like to find an audiologist job in the NHS. However, opportunities in the NHS, as well as the earning potential are limited. What many students fail to realise is the ageing population in the UK has led to an unprecedented increase in the provision of private Hearcare services across the UK. Brands such as Amplifon, Sonetik and Specsavers are providing a much larger proportion of the Hearcare provision than previously, with Specsavers now accredited to provide NHS hearing services across half of the UK.
If you’re considering applying for new GP jobs – or indeed other jobs in healthcare, then you may have browsed potential vacancies online. But according to recent research carried out by Prospect Health, it appears that the nature of our search for jobs is changing. In the 12 months to February 2016, 26.69% of all job seeking sessions were on a mobile browser. This represented an increase of 10.61% compared to the 12 months before (ending February 2015).
If you don't live in or close to Harrogate (and not all of us are that fortunate!) then you may have missed the interview that Leigh Skinner, our managing director at Prospect Health, gave to the Harrogate Advertiser.
Starting a new job is almost always the best move for your career – but it can be a time that makes you nervous. Settling in to a new environment and learning to adapt to new processes can seem daunting, but it’s important to remember that these natural nervous feelings are temporary and you can banish them quickly by making an impact in your new workplace. We look at some of the best ways to do this:
Now December is well and truly underway, it’s often the time when budgets are finalised and companies or departments focus on their goals for the approaching year. Many of these involve making hiring decisions.
It’s a common situation that as the year draws to a close, you’ve decided that it’s time to leave your job. But with the Christmas and New Year season looming, you’ve also decided that it won’t be worth looking just yet – instead you’ll start in earnest in January.
December is the most common month for annual reviews, and this is the same for people in medical devices jobs and across the healthcare industry. As the year draws to a close, it’s a natural time for employers to reflect on what’s been achieved over the last twelve months, and to set goals for the year ahead. But what can you do to ensure your performance review has the best outcome for you? Below we share our top tips for dealing with the process.
We’ve all had those days where we wish we had longer in bed, or can’t wait for home time, but how can you tell if this is a reason for changing jobs?