Brad Olswang is the Founder, President and Executive Recruiter of Healthcare Recruiting Specialists. Brad graduated from Indiana University with a double major in Psychology / Religious Studies and went on to receive his Masters from Yeshiva University School of Social Work.
Brad began his career in healthcare as a Service Coordinator at a local skilled nursing community and from there embarked on his true calling as a recruiter. After nine years in partnership, Brad decided to go off on his own. Since then, he has enjoyed great success in building the finest healthcare recruiting company in Chicago. Brad’s extensive knowledge of the local market, his vast network of professionals, and easy manner makes him Chicago’s go to choice for businesses and candidates alike. In his free time, Brad is very active in the local community and enjoys time with family and friends.
Job recruiters have an enormous responsibility. Let’s take a minute to think about this. Recruiters are charged with linking qualified job applicants with companies looking to fill a need. There... read more →
Hiring an executive may be one of the biggest challenges a recruiter faces. These highly important positions come with large price tags and time considerations. Choosing the wrong executive can... read more →
Recruiters and interviewers have asked job candidates about their pay history as long as there have been interviews. This has been a standard interview question for various reasons, but is... read more →
Hiring managers, recruiters, and HR professionals have long lists of interview questions. These questions are designed to find what a prospective employee has done in the past, what types of... read more →
What is age discrimination and who does it impact? Age discrimination is a very relevant topic today and therefore must be understood by the recruiting industry. Age discrimination in the... read more →
Healthcare is one of the fasting growing industries today. Therefore, the need for career healthcare workers in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities is enormous. Low wages and burnout can... read more →