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Four Key Themes at ASHHRA 2018

B.E. Smith Team | September 25, 2018

Taking the theme “Meeting the Challenge and Making a Difference,” the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) conference offered its usual wide range of insightful education sessions. B.E. Smith was in attendance and highlights key takeaways in four essential HR functions.

  • Build a Top Recruiting Organization
  • Foster Engagement at All Levels
  • Use Multiple Strategies to Improve Leadership/Workforce Development
  • Transform HR with Analytics

The 2018 ASHHRA Conference offered timely perspectives on today’s most challenging issues facing HR leaders with salient information and practical recommendations in recruitment, engagement, leadership development and technology. Click "Download" or "Read More" for additional details on the strategies shared at ASHHRA’s annual conference.

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