Healthcare is roughly a $23B industry — and that’s going to rise with the aging and retirement of the Boomer generation — and about $4B of that is permanent placement.
Despite all that money floating around, talent acquisition at big healthcare companies is often a disaster — and the HR function overall isn’t helping.
What Relode does is create a three-sided marketplace similar to what Shipt was doing before Target acquired it.
Tant’s three-sided marketplace is:
At base, Relode allows anyone to join the online platform for free and make referrals in exchange for payment—removing the middle man and creating a new wave of head hunters.
In sheer growth terms, the idea seems to be working: Relode has grown 300% in recent months.
“Healthcare recruiting was lacking new and innovative ways to find talent at a time when it most needed an influx of talent,” says Tant, noting the rise in various healthcare professions projected over the next five-eight years. “There was both a lack of communication and a lack of talent around, and hopefully our team is on the path to fixing it.”