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HR - Hiring Best Practices with Molly Ramsay

Episode Summary :

Hiring processes can be long and extenuating and sometimes you are not even sure you have hired the right candidate. In this episode, we will go through a Q&A process with Jesse and Molly Ramsay, the Corporate Operations Director at MedMan who will be sharing with us some tips on their hiring processes.

Molly and Jesse will share with us the aspects they believe are important when trying to assess a candidate. They will tell us how interviewing is really important and how to find the right qualities, values, characteristics, and skills your company needs to get the right person in the job.

They will also let us know how the process is made and some red flags and challenges that can come in the way such as making sure the person is both culturally fit and has the experience, and technical skills needed.

This is sure a great episode with lots of pointers on the H.R. process and getting the correct assessment so please make sure you tune in!

Today’s Guests: Molly Ramsay and Jesse Arnoldson

Molly Ramsay is the Corporate Operations Director at MedMan. She has a B.S. in Healthcare Administration from Idaho State University. She also worked as the education and talent director and as director of human resources at MedMan.

Jesse is the Director of Practice Administrator for Thrive Pediatrics and one of the Principals at MedMan. Before joining MedMan, he was an Owner/Insurance Agent and a Graduate Assistant Consultant, an Intern, and a Roving Manager.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Do not settle when hiring people. It’s disruptive to the existing team when you make a bad hire.

  • If there is something you feel is really needed during the process, do not let it slip, stay true to your process.

  • Create a process that delivers the right values and qualities you need in people working around you. Make it multidirectional.

  • Involve other people in the process of hiring, it’s always best to have second points of view so you won’t bypass anything.

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