34% of nurses say it’s very likely they will leave their roles by the end of the year, and over 30% of hospitals report that they can’t locate enough candidates to fill open positions. Hospitals of all sizes are feeling the effects of staffing shortages.
Beyond recruiting, retention is even more difficult with the increase in turnover and employee burnout. Healthcare workers are grappling with high levels of fear, fatigue, and stress amid the pandemic, with widespread burnout fueling turnover as employees seek positions with fewer stressors.
Discover the top 10 challenges facing healthcare organizations, learn helpful tips for recruiting, hiring, and retaining employees, ways to address burnout with your current staff, and how to create targeted communications that make a difference.
- How to allow your staff to be part of something bigger than themselves when working for your organization.
- The value of frequent and transparent communication in helping staff feel valued, protecting them from anxiety and burnout.
- Tips to equip managers to be there when employees need to talk.
- The importance of having one platform or app where employees can access vital information and connect with other employees.
By building a community and embracing a more human-centered approach, your organization can recruit and retain top talent and put your people first.