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5 Hiring and Retention Strategies for Healthcare | ClearCompany

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Even today, McKinsey reports that 40% of RNs working in direct patient care say they plan to leave their jobs — a number that rose 5% from fall 2022 to March 2023. Experts also expect a shortage of physicians by 2025. We’ll also look at winning strategies health systems use for hiring and retention.

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Addressing Skill Gaps in the Healthcare Industry | ClearCompany

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One in five have quit their jobs since 2020, and 47% plan to by 2025. Healthcare workers are picking up the slack from staffing shortages —it’s hard to find the time to upskill or reskill so they can keep up with the demands of advancing technology. As a result, there’s a dire need for healthcare workers in the U.S.

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Top Benefits of Global Contingent Hiring | ClearCompany

ClearCompany HRM

The Growing Contingent Workforce Contingent workers will make up 35-40% of the global workforce by 2025. 65% of companies plan to hire more contingent workers. Companies use global remote recruiting tools to reduce the amount of work for HR, saving hours spent on the administrative side of adding new employees to the workforce.

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What the U.S. can learn from Australia’s retirement system

Guideline

private sector workforce lacks access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan like a 401(k). To expand coverage, over 30 states are developing programs, and there are proposals at the federal level for a national retirement program. It’s not farfetched to imagine how a national retirement program could work.

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Employee Attrition: Meaning, Impact & Attrition Rate Calculation

Analytics in HR

This typically happens when automation or new technologies replace employees. Tracey Power, Chief People Officer at a talent solutions company Vaco , points out the negative consequences of employee attrition: “Employee attrition can impact strategic plans due to a lack of skills to deliver on projects or key initiatives.

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What We Learned from Deloitte’s Future of Work 2022

Semos Cloud

As an unfortunate side-effect, employees’ expertise becomes tied to a specific function that may or may not become obsolete or outdated, as technological/market trends move on. . For instance, according to the National Association of Manufacturers , by 2025, U.S. Talent-wise, this is a waste. . companies will be around $2.5

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HR in 2024: Shaping Tomorrow’s Workforce Through Bold Leadership

HR Digest

This could include implementing business positions around improved DEI and ESG, as well as the integration of new technology like AI. By 2025, they will represent a staggering 27% of the labor force, wielding immense economic power and wielding their voices as catalysts for change.