An article from today’s Miami Herald described an interesting phenomenon going on in the world of nursing. In an effort to combat the nursing shortage, nurses living and working in southern Florida are quietly being recruited to the north with promises of cheaper housing and better hiring incentives.
Recruiters from Moses Cone Health System, located in Greensboro, North Carolina, met with a number of nurses this week in a Westin hotel in Fort Lauderdale yesterday. Next week the recruiters will be at the Marriott Miami Dadeland, and an Orlando location is scheduled for Thursday.
Q: What do you think about this kind of recruiting method?
Click here to read the entire article: NC hospitals quietly tempt South Florida’s nurses.