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5 Hiring and Retention Strategies for Healthcare | ClearCompany

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Experts also expect a shortage of physicians by 2025. Retirement: Retirement was a top reason healthcare workers left their jobs over the past few years. More staffing shortages due to retirements are expected in the coming years — almost 45% of doctors are 55 or over, and nurses are 57, on average.

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Top Benefits of Global Contingent Hiring | ClearCompany

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The Growing Contingent Workforce Contingent workers will make up 35-40% of the global workforce by 2025. Since contingent workers aren’t employees, they are not eligible for employee benefits such as health insurance and retirement contributions, and your business is off the hook for most employment costs. billion by 2031.

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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. It’s safe to say that healthcare was the industry most heavily impacted by the pandemic and the Great Resignation. As a result, there’s a dire need for healthcare workers in the U.S. projected in the coming years : Deficit of 1.1

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

HR Digest

By 2025, they will represent a staggering 27% of the labor force, wielding immense economic power and wielding their voices as catalysts for change. As Baby Boomers and Gen Xers get closer to the ends of their careers, we’ll see a bigger emphasis from employees and employers on financial wellness and retirement preparedness.

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SECURE 2.0 Act and the Retirement Situation

Prism HR

Nowadays, there are a lot of people who aren’t feeling very secure about their retirement. So let’s talk about that retirement situation. It’s not so great if people are continuing to work longer simply because they are concerned they won’t be able to afford to retire comfortably. of those people being 65 and older.

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Addressing America’s retirement crisis with SECURE Act 2.0

FingerCheck

Sometimes planning and saving for retirement may seem like a task we can put off until “later.” According to the Federal Reserve, 77% of working Americans are not on track to have sufficient savings by the time they reach retirement. How is the federal government responding to the retirement crisis?

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4 changes that SECURE 2.0 already made to your retirement plans

Business Management Daily

The law is nothing short of a detailed overhaul of employer retirement savings plans. Sutton of Strategic Retirement Partners (aka “The 401k Lady”) said the new rules came out before employers and the industry were ready. brings to your retirement plans in 2023. Employers have been trying to unpack the provisions of SECURE 2.0