GHHR is offering services that will help these providers find the highly-qualified professionals that make up that team...
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, the nation’s largest non-profit membership organization representing hospice and palliative care organizations and professionals is collaborating with Global HR Research (GHRR) to provide cost effective human resource acquisition services to its membership.
GHHR is a leading provider of human resource services, specializing in helping organizations find, select, screen and hire quality professionals. Their advanced screening and recruitment technology can be customized to each client’s needs. The company has expertise in working with healthcare organizations, and currently provides services to four hospice organizations across the country.
“Global HR Research is very excited about our new partnership with NHPCO. We understand the importance of helping organizations select and assess the best fit candidates, alongside the understanding that by providing the right information, we are able to protect our clients from the ever-changing legal environment. NHPCO is made up of caring and concerned members who look to provide exceptional service to patients and Global HR Research strives to provide the same to our clients. We are a true partner to the health care industry and look forward to what is to come,” said Brandon G. Phillips, president and CEO of Global HR Research.
“Hospice providers are committed to providing the most comprehensive, highest quality care to their patients and loved ones and NHPCO is committed to assisting them in providing that care. Each member of the hospice team is integral to giving patients and their loved ones and end-of-life experience that meets their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. GHHR is offering services that will help these providers find the highly-qualified professionals that make up that team,” said J. Donald Schumacher, president and CEO of NHPCO.
By becoming a partner in NHPCO’s Affinity Program, GHHR will offer its services to members at a special rate and a portion of sales will be donated back to the organization.
For more information on Global HR Research, visit http://www.globalhrresearch.com, or contact Ken Cramer at (800) 790-1205 x122. For more information on NHPCO and its Affinity Program, visit http://www.nhpco.org/affinity.