Involuntary turnover in today’s healthcare sector continues to accelerate, exacerbating the demand for skilled nurses and clinicians. The factors that influence one’s decision to leave an organization can be diverse. Leaders in healthcare often hear wages or staffing cited as the reason employees choose to move on, but is that why employees are really leaving? This session will analyze subjective survey results and objective data to discuss development of specific strategies to address turnover issues specific to health care, as well as reinforce retention strategies across interdisciplinary and generational lines. We will consider questions posed by healthcare leadership to help address turnover, including: What does the data show from onboarding and exit interview responses related to involuntary turnovers? How large of a role does culture play in employee satisfaction? How much impact does post-offer onboarding and orientation have on retention?
Join us as we explore employee retention and take a critical look at opportunities in healthcare workforce development, including:
• Discuss factors that contribute to turnover at short- and long-term intervals
• Learn what drives employees to leave and what leaders can do to make them stay
• Explore ideas to help clinical staff manage stress and bolster their self-care
• Develop a culture that promotes from within and delivers pathways for development