Human Resources 101. Your Accountabilities Secretary Recruitment Performance Management Supervision Turnover/Terminations. Scenario One. You’ve just sorted out your contract with the hospital and now it is time to think about your office set up. You realize you need to hire a secretary.
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What do you do?
a. Consider the type of employment relationship and pro/cons of each, i.e. hospital hired vs. hired by you
b. Contact the Recruitment Advisor and/or Administrative Officer for information on hiring a secretary
c. Contact Roxana Caraman, Coordinator – Medical Affairs as initial contact
d. Consult the Medical Affairs website to review Professional Staff set up processes
e. All of the above
LHSC/St. Joseph's Health Care =employer
Medical Affairs provides assistance with:
St. Joseph's Health Care:
You have hired a secretary
from within the organization.
What are your responsibilities?
How do you approach this?
a. Consult your HR Rep for LHSC and St. Joseph's Health Care to develop behavioural-based interviewing tools to assess hard and soft skills.
b. Decide to wing it and see what happens in the interview. Your gut feeling will tell you.
c. Review the essential qualifications for the position.
d. Have each person being interviewed tested.
e. Ask for work-related references.
f. a, c, d, and e apply.
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