Reducing Turnover: Culture is Key
The national turnover rate for nurses and caregivers ranges between 17% - 60%, costing organizations between $8k and $20k per person. Coupled with the increased demand for workers and a low candidate pool, turnover has become a major challenge across the healthcare continuum. With the workforce crisis on the rise, hiring and retaining staff is of the utmost importance.
Watch this on-demand webinar for a discussion on the implications of turnover in the post-acute market and how to address it by looking inward at your organization’s culture.
- Recognize turnover’s impact on performance, clinical outcomes, and patient satisfaction
- Identify 3 operational areas that can impact turnover
- Discuss 3 strategies to address turnover that lead to stronger teams
Jan Wilson, MEd, SPHR
Director of Learning Designs & Outcomes, Relias
Director of Learning Designs and Outcomes at Relias, Jan brings over 25 years of technology, human resources and learning expertise to the Relias team. Her experience in senior care spans more than a decade, including serving as a senior executive of learning strategy with one of the country's largest providers. As an organizational development consultant, she has provided strategic planning, process alignment, curriculum development and planning and learning solutions to a variety of clients in pharma, healthcare, and state governments.