What Your Oncology Recruiter MUST Know To Quickly Fill Your Job

Your Recruiters WANT to fill your jobs, efficiently and well. This is not specific to internal or external recruiters. As a recruiter, this outlines all we need to know in order to ensure hiring success.

Are you ready to impress the you upper management by being the one with the best team in the entire business? Do you want to be number one with a professional team that can’t be beat? All of that is completely possible when you know how to hire the best talent.

You also have to be great at attracting, recruiting and retaining the best talent. Attracting Talent has everything to do with your employment brand, and hopefully you are working hard to make candidates WANT to come work for you. Retaining Talent is also important. You must provide excellent training, career advancement opportunity and competitive compensation… at a minimum. Finally, you have to be able to recruit the best talent. Since most managers do not have the time to do their own recruiting, they rely on industry p

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Tucson: Trailer park living for America's poor



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Life is tough for the residents of one of Tucson’s many trailer parks, but the people still work hard and dream of a better future. The BBC’s Anna Bressanin reports.
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Video: Japan volcano shoots rock & ash on Mount Ontake – BBC News



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Rescue teams in Japan have resumed their search for survivors of a volcanic eruption on Saturday. At least 31 people are believed to have died when Mount Ontake shot plumes of rock and ash into the air. Hundreds of hikers were on the volcano at the time of the eruption. Most walked down to safety but others were trapped.
Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports.

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Is this safest place in the world? BBC News



A special vault has been built in the Arctic to store thousands of seeds, as scientists fear the impact of climate change and prolonged conflicts could have devastating consequences on food crops around the world.

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Why does the US have so many child brides? – BBC News



Angel was 13 when her mother forced her to marry and start a family. “I felt like a slave,” she says of her childhood.
While countries like Zimbabwe, Malawi and El Salvador have recently banned child marriage, it remains legal in the US – and half of states have no set minimum age below which you cannot get married.
For the BBC’s America First? series the BBC’s Aleem Maqbool is exploring health and social issues where the US, the richest country in the world, does not perform well in international rankings.
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Do you really understand Einstein’s theory of relativity? – BBC News



Almost everyone has heard of Albert Einstein, the Nobel prize-winning genius whose theories overturned centuries of scientific thought. But how much do you understand the work that made him really famous – his theory of general relativity?

Here, we talk you through the science that changed the way we understand the universe.

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Boris Johnson vs Ian Lavery: 'You pointed in my face' BBC News



It wasn’t just raised voices between Boris Johnson and Labour’s Ian Lavery after TV leader’s debate.

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"People don't believe I am Japanese" says Miss Japan – BBC News



With a Japanese mother and African American father, Ariana Miyamoto has become the first bi-racial woman to be crowned Miss Japan. The question of whether a person of mixed race should be eligible to win the competition has since provoked a heated argument on social media, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports.

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Edward Snowden: 'I know how to keep a secret' – BBC News



Edward Snowden, the man responsible for the biggest leak of top secret intelligence files the world has ever seen, talks to the BBC’s Peter Taylor, about government surveillance, privacy, national security and whether he betrayed his country.
Watch the interview in full on BBC World News at these times
Saturday 10th October at 0430 GMT & 1530 GMT
Sunday 11th October at 0930 GMT & 2130 GMT.

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