How a Large Hospital and Health System is Leveraging an RPO Partner to Overcome the Biggest Challenges in Healthcare Talent Acquisition
Joe Marino

Virtual Think Tank Series

How a Large Hospital and Health System is Leveraging an RPO Partner to Overcome the Biggest Challenges in Healthcare Talent Acquisition

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (EDT)

Talent acquisition leaders in the healthcare industry are thinking about how to plan for the unknown staffing needs that this fall and the coming year will bring.

The healthcare industry has seen massive changes over the past decade, including growing shortages of the RN (and other specialty) talent pool that continues to deepen. Nothing could have prepared us for what we are seeing today amid Covid. With the number of health care jobs increasing and expected to grow nearly 12% between now and 2028 (according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projections – nearly double the projected rate for all other occupations), combined with the uncertainty around the healthcare services that will be in demand over the next year, and a talent shortage that has been exacerbated by the pandemic, it’s important for leaders in the healthcare space to understand that your internal talent acquisition team can’t and shouldn’t be expected to do it all. Given the current situation, the benefits of outsourcing specific talent acquisition functions to decrease costs, enhance quality of hires, speed-to-hire and have access to the latest technological advances in recruitment, means this is a great time for healthcare leaders to consider the recruitment options available to you.

Bob Hanley, University of Chicago Medicine’s SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer, will share how his healthcare facility identified gaps in their talent acquisition program, how they viewed RPO as a solution prior to working with Hueman, and why they ultimately selected an RPO partner to support their recruitment needs.

  • In times of uncertainty, the ability to scale recruitment is extremely beneficial; learn how an RPO can be a significant advantage for your organization both in good economic times and in times of crisis or uncertainty
  • Examine the current talent acquisition landscape and how you can plan and prepare now for any gaps you might have in your recruitment ecosystem
  • Learn how to evaluate and enhance your candidate experience ahead of anticipated hiring needs

I’M INTERESTED

    Joe Marino
    EVP
    Hueman RPO
    Hueman

    Joe is a founding member of Hueman People Solutions and is currently its Executive Vice President. He joined Hueman in 2019 and as a member of the leadership team, Joe oversees many of the organization’s RPO partnership, Hueman’s Talent Acquisition Consulting Services, Business Development and has led many of Hueman’s strategic partnerships. Hueman provides RPO Services, Executive Search Services and Talent Acquisition Consulting Services. Joe manages Hueman’s Albuquerque Office and plays an active role in engaging Hueman’s remote team-members. He has a firm commitment to driving the organization’s culture, known as ‘A Culture-by-Design’.

    Joe has 25 years’ experience within the recruiting and consulting industry. He has spent time within large, publicly traded organizations, such as AMN Healthcare Services, where he was responsible for over $300 million in annualized revenue during his 8-year tenure. Joe has extensive experience with mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, along with international recruitment to the United States.  Joe started his career with Arthur Andersen LLP in New York City where he obtained his CPA license.

    Bob Hanley
    SVP & CHRO
    University of Chicago Medicine

    Bob is Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for The University of Chicago Medicine. As a member of UCM’s ExecutiveTeam, Bob is responsible for all aspects of human resources, including attracting and developing the best talent and building a culture of engagement.

    With more than 40 years in Human Resources, Bob has developed global HR programs that address and solve business problems and directly contribute to achieving long-term business objectives. He has directed assignments involving a broad range of human resources practices internationally in Canada, Europe, Mexico and the Pacific Rim.

    Bob began his career as a generalist. Since then, he has held both individual contributor and senior leadership roles in Human Resources with world recognized brands such as Canon, Whirlpool, Abbott Laboratories, Scotts MiracleGro, Chrysler and YP.com (formerly AT&T Interactive and Advertising Solutions). In these roles Bob provided advice and counsel to Board members, CEOs, and senior management regarding a variety of organizational and people matters.

    Bob brings a broad HR perspective and operational focus to his work. He has collaborated with business unit management, transaction leaders, finance & control representatives, and legal representatives while successfully leading in-depth HR due diligence and integration facets of the acquisition process. Specifically, he has led projects having a combined value in excess of $7 billion for wireless communications, retail, financial services, and advertising/media companies. He is adept at identifying risks and quantifying synergies to be gained in areas of HR infrastructure while ensuring the vision set forth and the value promised to an organization’s stakeholders is realized.

    Bob earned a Bachelor’s degree in English from LeMoyne College, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Adelphi University.

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