What's the biggest problem with recruitment right now?

| January 13, 2020

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We asked Rachel Bates, SVP of Sales and Marketing at Workable, what she thought was the biggest problem in recruitment right now. Also featuring Carolyn Martin, Senior Marketing Associate at Workable.

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Sutter Health

Sutter Health is one of the nation's leading community-based, not-for-profit health care networks of hospitals, physician organizations, home health and hospice agencies and other health care services. We share our expertise and resources to advance the quality of care in the communities we serve. We offer our employees an environment that is conducive to professional performance. Our facilities and services are located in large, urban cities and small, rural communities from the Pacific Coast to the Sierra Foothills and from the Oregon border to the San Joaquin Valley. They are situated near major West Coast attractions: San Francisco, Sacramento, the snowy mountains of the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe, the Napa Valley, Yosemite Valley and the coastal redwoods. We even have an affiliate in Hawaii.

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