The organization lacks representation of minority scientists, which is a nationwide issue but given the demographics of Atlanta and surrounding suburbs and universities should really not be an issue with an administration that supports change and improvement. This institution is a great place for career development, including recent NIH funding to address issues of ethnic/racial diversity of biomedical professionals and postdoc professional options for all ethnic/racial groups.
Find recruiters that have specialties, e.g. marketing, nursing, etc. That way there may be a better chance of Emory hiring competent people. Also, once in the Emory system, it was close to impossible to receive a decent raise. The only way to get a good raise is to leave the University and get hired back in another department.
It's hard to say if I would do anything differently at all; this could be a function of academia. Emory University feel like a high-rent school, and there can be a big disconnect between staff and just about everyone else.