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“The most successful executive recruiters provide their clients and candidates with intangibles that can't be captured in a checklist” - Patti Hall discusses the power of an outstanding experience. read more...

By Patricia "Patti" Hall
on Apr 11, 2019
  • Recruiting | Blog

Winston Churchill once said, "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." A number of employers are now combining "getting" and "giving" by offering employee volunteer programs. read more...

By QLK Team
on Apr 8, 2019
  • Blog

With so many options on the market, how should healthcare organizations choose which firm to trust with their talent search?
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By QLK Team
on Feb 19, 2019
  • Recruiting | Blog

Society today seems to operate on the assumption that money can buy happiness, but how strong is the tie between salary and job satisfaction?
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By QLK Team
on Jan 3, 2019
  • Blog

The practice of virtual care isn't new, as it has existed for a while commonly referred to as telehealth. However, with the ability for patients to now have high-definition video calls with their providers using their phone, virtual care is taking off. read more...

By Derek Castaneda
on Dec 12, 2018
  • Healthcare | Blog

Anatomy, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genetics, Immunology, and … Art?? Incorporating art classes in the first- and second-year curriculum of medical students has been a growing practice in schools across the country. read more...

By Holly Valovick
on Nov 27, 2018
  • Healthcare | Blog

When a board finds itself in the position of needing to elect a new general member or committee member, it might seem like a confusing process; however, it does not have to be. read more...

By QLK Team
on Nov 6, 2018
  • Blog

After completing the nomination process for a board candidate, elections can take place via ballot or voice vote (which is known as viva voce). Although voice votes are faster than ballot votes, they do have their drawbacks. read more...

By QLK Team
on Nov 12, 2018
  • Blog

Who is responsible for shaping the culture of an organization – its board or its CEO? Most likely, the answer lies somewhere in between, but some would argue that because of this overarching reach of culture and its impact on the interests of all stakeholders, it becomes the responsibility of the board. read more...

By QLK Team
on Aug 2, 2018
  • Blog

Do CEOs have a shelf life? Some companies appear to believe so; a majority of firms in the S&P 1500, and more than a third of S&P 500 firms, have policies in place that mandate the retirement of their CEOs at age 65. read more...

By Holly Valovick
on Jul 2, 2018
  • Blog
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