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Vol.3 No.16 | July 29, 2010

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Essay

Fired for Performance! Lessons from the Medvedev Management Model by Neil Seeman

What do you when your star performers underwhelm and your organization gets romped? First, sack everyone in senior management and humiliate them publicly.


From the HR Resources Database

Incorporating Educational Institutions into a Unified Model of Health Human Resources

Masoumeh Izadi, Dale Dauphinee, David Buckeridge and Robyn Tamblyn

Abstract

This commentary discusses Tzountzouris and Gilbert’s article on issues related to emerging health human resources (HHR) requirements and the role of educational institutions in anticipating and meeting them. It is apparent that educational institutions are influenced by and, in turn, influence a number of elements of HHR. They therefore have a unique role in responding to emerging HHR needs, from assessing the needs to evaluating responses. While this commentary shares the general idea presented by the authors of the lead paper, it outlines some of the issues that should be taken into consideration in formulating these roles.

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From the Longwoods Archives

Healthcare Papers, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2010

Health Human Resource Planning Requires an Effective Staff Retention Policy

Kent V. Rondeau

Abstract

Planning for health human resources requires us to think about the forces and factors that attract healthcare professionals to their jobs and keep them there. However, the forces for attracting healthcare employees to a job are not the same as those factors that keep them there. Without effective recruitment and retention policies for healthcare professionals, planning initiatives will continue to be ineffective.

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Recruiters find the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet gives very good return for healthcare positions. Posting is easy. Here are the details:

The JobSheet is simple: cheap, fast, efficient, & very effective. Cost is $1.00 a word per week (net + gst). Minimum $75.00 (net + gst) per posting. Logos can be included for an additional $20.00 (net + gst) each.

Positions are posted on the JobSheet and promoted in the weekly Longwoods eLetter, which goes out every Tuesday morning to over 40,000+ healthcare readers. Archives.
Note: Discounts apply for multiple week postings (i.e. 10% for 2 weeks, 15% for 3 weeks, 20% for 4 weeks). Postings are billed per week based on word count. All of our recruiting rates are net.
Here’s how it works – Send me the words and logo in a Word document. I will send you a quote, then I will post the ad online and send you a URL for proofing. We will invoice by mail unless a different method is requested. Want to know more? Contact Susan Hale by email or call 416-864-9667 x 104.

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