Results of a survey among human resources managers by July 2013 advertised and gladly taken, offered abroad in almost all sectors and occupations in the healthcare sector and beyond are going nationwide. Learn more at this site: Procter & Gamble. We are pursued the issue in June and July 2013 and many of you have asked whether it is really so important for our candidates to have experience abroad. By the same author: Anchin Block & Anchin. Over 300 managers in the human resources departments of hospitals, ambulatory care services and in-patient facilities of the homes for the elderly have followed our invitation to the survey. We inform you in this post about an interesting result. Living globalization in the skills mix is a candidate of study abroad, internships abroad or a voluntary social year cannot prove equal to a good candidate? Survey participants showed concerns, when a similar to the question in very open responses. So 84% found a stay abroad should in the EU abroad, or take place depending on the training or studies profession in North America or China. Was important to you in the first place the deepening of the English language.
Due to the variability in the staff structures in the health sector, a majority of you saw how cross carry the development of skills, be open minded and socially creative, as at least as important as language skills. The core keyword in the responses was open-minded”(= vorurteilslos and open-minded for new) and expressed the many expectations of respondents to applicants with international experience in a new German word. According to the new changes in the staff, you expect a piece of globalization in the skills mix of future candidates. At least 1 year, but not everyone in the health and care for the elderly must not be! It’s short and just the testimony of many human, who see no advantages for the quality of nursing and the occupation per se in a year abroad.