M3 USA acquires NAS Recruitment Innovation

Topics: NAS

Posted by NAS on Mar 3, 2020 10:25:10 AM

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Cleveland, OH, March 3, 2020– M3 USA, a leader in healthcare solutions for hospitals, health systems and physicians, has acquired NAS Recruitment Innovation, a national recruitment advertising firm specializing in branding, technology and media strategies for employers across a wide variety of industries, with a strong focus on hospital systems.

“We are excited to announce the acquisition of a leading digital recruitment advertising firm as a complement to our business portfolio,” states Aki Tomaru, CEO of M3 USA. “The robust recruitment experience provided by NAS will advance our offerings in the digital recruitment space for our healthcare clients. The quality, value and scope of the services NAS provides will enhance the M3 USA’s mission of bringing positive changes to healthcare.”

NAS Recruitment Innovation empowers clients to attract and engage quality talent with a strategic blend of targeted technology and expertise. Serving every major market across the U.S. and Canada, they are consultative experts with proven leadership in technology solutions, media buying and creative services. Their technology platform, ACTIVATE™, enhances candidate engagement, maximizes SEO and offers robust analytics.

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Does the data in your ATS have “the right stuff?”

Topics: HR tools, talent pipeline, ATS

Posted by Eric Brill on Feb 13, 2020 11:51:09 AM

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If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: for recruitment success, you need to optimize the candidate experience. But have you ever considered how the data in your ATS can positively or negatively impact the job-search experience? You can make a few relatively easy adjustments to ensure job seekers get what they want and need.

Job categorization
The job categorization in your ATS needs to be candidate-centric. Some organizations categorize in a way that fits the internal needs of their hiring or charge-back process and not the needs of job seekers.

  • Don’t make your categorization overly complex; it needs to represent the way your candidates are most likely to search.
  • Employ job families, then sub-categories to help candidates drill down.
  • Find the right balance: you can err in making categories too broad or too specific.

Think like a candidate. Your ATS job categorization should not be self-serving, but rather candidate-serving.

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We're showing our heart at NAS

Topics: giveNAS

Posted by NAS on Feb 7, 2020 2:13:19 PM

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In 2020, NAS instituted a new company initiative, giveNAS, which supports different causes throughout the year. February is American Heart Health month, and we’re focusing our efforts on heart health and the American Heart Association. As heart disease and stroke are the number one killer of women, the American Heart Association created Go Red For Women, a passionate social initiative designed to raise awareness of women’s heart health.

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Recruitment Fraud: How to Protect Your Brand

Topics: recruitment fraud

Posted by Lisa B. Radloff on Jan 28, 2020 4:33:26 PM

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Long gone are the days when a candidate could make a phone call to talk to a recruiter as a first point of contact or (can you imagine?) show up unannounced at the business location to apply for an advertised opening.

From entry-level to executive roles, the job search is now conducted online and the application process has morphed into a major time saver for candidates and recruiters alike. Still, it ain’t all sunshine and rainbows: with digital expedience comes elevated risk for both job seekers and employers. How? Let’s start by defining the two-headed beast making its way into the recruitment landscape:

What is Recruitment Fraud?
Recruitment fraud is an intricate, intentional scam devised by impostors posing as recruiters or representatives of a company or business, promoting fake job opportunities to job seekers. The scam is conducted through online communication, oftentimes involving fake websites and spoofed emails cleverly designed to fool its intended recipient: the job seeker. Fraudulent tactics generally involve:

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