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Staff Retention in Healthcare Resources

Rethinking your staffing strategy

It’s about time to tackle turnover

Healthcare workers are leaving their jobs due to retirement, burnout, a better work/life balance, pay and overall job satisfaction. If you’re reprioritizing your focus to recruit, retain and re-engage staff, our staffing series provides tips, best practices, and helpful guidelines to deal with healthcare staffing shortages in your practice.

1 in 5

healthcare workers quit during the pandemic1

88%

healthcare leaders report recruitment challenges2

$500,000-$1 million

cost of physician burnout per doctor3

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Burnout

It’s about time for a change

Recruitment

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Onboarding

It’s about time you set up for success

Retention

It’s about time to tackle staff turnover

29% of healthcare workers have considered leaving the industry, mainly due to burnout4

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Physician Burnout: Causes and Strategies to Combat It

It’s about time to combat burnout

Building Practice Resiliency Through Emotional Intelligence

It’s about time to raise your EQ

1 in 2 employees are seeking better pay/benefits5

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1Marissa Plescia, “1 in 5 healthcare workers have quit, where have they gone?” Becker’s Hospital Review, February 11, 2022.
2Christian Green, MA, “A competitive and comprehensive benefits package can help practices reduce turnover, save money,” Medical Group Management Association, June 9, 2021.
3Sara Berg, MS, “ How much physician burnout is costing your organization,” American Medical Association, October 11, 2018.
4Washington Post-KFF frontline health-care workers survey, Feb. 11-March 7, 2021.
5“1 in 4 workers plan on quitting in 2022, as Great Resignation continues,” Resume Builder, January 3, 2022.

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