Recruitment Strategies - ATI Physical Therapy Competitors

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Recruitment Strategies - ATI Physical Therapy Competitors

Key Takeaways

  • As a hiring strategy, Athletico head-hunts recruits that have a passion for the business, are trustworthy, people-focused, and are open to continuous innovation.  
  • To retain its valuable employees, HouseFit offers a wide array of benefits such as training, short-term disability, continuing education, paid time off, health, vision and dental, paid holidays, and a 401 (k) plan. 
  • Aurora contributes between 90% and 95% toward employee medical benefits, depending on the plan.

Introduction

This report provides insights for recruitment and retention strategies for companies such as Athletico Physical Therapy, HouseFit StL, NorthShore Hospital, Northwestern Medicine, Aurora Healthcare, Beaumont Health, Accurate HVAC (Construction), Adversity VBC (Arts), Aetna (Healthcare), Bay State Games (Arts), and DuPage Medical Group (Physical Office). The insights provided include but are not limited to how companies prevent/reduce employee turnover and their recruitment strategies. We, however, could not find comprehensive information on how Adversity VBC (Arts) attracts or retains its employees. 

  Athletico Physical Therapy  

  • Athletico Physical Therapy has been renowned for its physical and occupational therapy services for over three decades. As a hiring strategy, Athletico head-hunts recruits that have a passion for the business, are trustworthy, people-focused, and are open to continuous innovation. More so, the company offers a wide range of perks to retain its employees. These perks include; mentorship and training, paid time off, medical, dental, and vision insurance, and a 401 (k) retirement plan.  

HouseFit StL  

  • HouseFit StL is a wellness center that provides physical and occupational therapy services mainly for people 55 years and above. The company's recruitment strategy includes inviting licensed or eligible therapists from the Missouri Physical Therapy license board. The recruits are then trained on the values, missions, and goals to help them develop lasting relationships and trust with the clients through open communication and empathy.  
  • To retain its valuable employees, HouseFit offers a wide array of benefits such as training, short-term disability, continuing education, paid time off, health, vision and dental, paid holidays, and a 401 (k) plan.  

NorthShore Hospital  

  •   The NorthShore Hospital is a health system that provides its patients with superior clinical care and is also a hub for innovative research. The employees at NorthShore Hospital are offered a wide array of competitive and valuable benefits programs such as professional development, supporting employees' work/life balance, tax-deferred annuity plan, and a retirement plan. These benefits play a crucial role in not only attracting competent employees but also retaining them. 

  Northwestern Medicine  

  •   Just like Northwestern Memorial HealthCare and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern Medicine's strategic vision is to transform the future of healthcare in all aspects, including orthopedics. The facility has more than 4,400 aligned physicians that include scientists, residents, and faculty. 
  •   Northwestern Medicine uses perks and benefits to attract and retain its competitive staff. These benefits include 100% tuition cover and $12,000 fees per calendar year, training, and short courses at Northwestern University.  

Aurora Healthcare

  •   Through its employee benefits and perks, Aurora Healthcare is better positioned to attract and retain top talent. Some employee benefits and perks include; dental, vision, medical and life insurance, paid leave, vacation, and paid sick leave.   
  •   Full-time employees are eligible for benefits and perks immediately after they are hired. Aurora contributes between 90% and 95% toward employee medical benefits, depending on the plan. Aurora also contributes 90% for dependents, 90% toward vision and dental plans, and 75% for dependents.  

  Beaumont Health  

  Accurate HVAC (Construction)  

  • Accurate HVAC has been in the business of providing installation, supplying heat pumps, air conditioners, and furnace repair for 42 years in the Southern Ohio and South-Central area for residential and commercial purposes. Accurate HVAC uses various hiring strategies to ensure that they employ top talent, the topmost being gauging the technical skills. Once new employees are hired, the organization takes them on induction to train the recruits on their culture, expectations, vision, and mission. Accurate HVAC provides benefits such as paid time off, safety incentive program, boot program, life insurance, 401 (k) plan, tool allowance program, employee assistance program, vision, disability, health, and dental to attract and retain top talent insurance.  

  Adversity VBC (Arts)  

  •   Adversity Volleyball LLC, runs the Adversity Volleyball Club (VBC), is a state-of-the-art volleyball training for its athletes. Founded in 1999, the club runs in the Chicagoland area and has played a crucial role in developing National reputation.  

  Aetna (Healthcare)  

  • As a subsidiary of CVS Health, Aetna (healthcare) provides innovative benefits, products, and services to individuals and companies in its various locations throughout the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The company uses multiple strategies to attract top talent, including maintaining a fun and diverse work environment to make it comfortable for employees of different cultures and backgrounds. The Aetna work environment is innovative and entrepreneurial, making it easier to attract and retain top-tier professionals in finance, health management, nursing, and marketing.  
  • To reduce employee turnover, Aetna offers its employees a wide range of benefits: vacation and time off, family and parenting paid leave days, professional training, and a retirement plan. These benefits have also played a key role in retaining top talent alongside a conducive and diverse work environment.  

  Bay State Games (Arts)  

  •   Established in 1982, Bay State Games is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization initially founded to host Commonwealth's State Games. The organization operates to promote personal development and teamwork, physical fitness, and sportsmanship for the citizens of Massachusetts, regardless of their age and abilities. The organization runs athletic competitions and scholarship programs too.  
  •   Bay State Games' recruitment strategy includes advertising on its official website for coaching candidates and listing the positions it is looking to fill. Some of the benefits accorded to coaches in this organization have; working in all-star style events, coaching elite-level young athletes, an opportunity to coach during the traditional off-season, and gaining experience in coaching some of the most competitive athletes in the state.  

  DuPage Medical Group (Physical Office)

  • DuPage Medical Group was founded in 1999, and it is the largest independent group with multi-specialty units. The group has over 600 physicians in more than 80 suburban locations in Chicago
  • With hundreds of physicians under its wing, DuPage Medical Group uses various strategies to attract and retain top talent and reduce employee turnover. Some of these strategies include employee benefits such as mentorship and training, paid time off, medical, parenting, and family unpaid extended leave, health and wellness insurance, dental and vision insurance, employee assistance programs, long-term disability insurance, and a 401 (k) retirement plan.  

Research Strategy

In this research, we have relied on the listed companies’ websites and other publicly available sources such as Glassdoor and Payscale to provide insights for recruitment and retention strategies for companies such as; Athletico Physical Therapy, HouseFit StL, NorthShore Hospital, Northwestern Medicine, Aurora Healthcare, Beaumont Health, Accurate HVAC (Construction), Adversity VBC (Arts), Aetna (Healthcare), Bay State Games (Arts), and DuPage Medical Group (Physical Office). The insights provided include but are not limited to how companies prevent/reduce employee turnover and their recruitment strategies. We, however, could not find comprehensive information on how Adversity VBC (Arts) attracts or retains its employees. We perused through various sources, including job advertisements and third-party sites such as Glassdoor, Payscale, and Comparably. We also looked into the organization's official website with no success. 

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