Hospital Turnover in 2018: The Trend Continues

Hospital Recruiting

New data, the 2019 National Health Care Retention & RN Staffing Report, published by NSI Nursing Solutions, Inc. Voluntary turnover continues to increase. Competition for talent is also driving turnover, with employee poaching becoming the new norm. While the average turnover rate across all industries in the US is 15%, hospital turnover for 2018 was at 19.1%, an increase of almost a percentage point over 2017, and the highest in the decade.

3 Ways You Can Extend the Work Lifecycle of Older Employees

The Tim Sackett Project

A recent study at the University of Minnesota found that employers need to add programs to focus on older workers: The study argued that programs aimed at training workers won’t be enough to satisfy the state’s need for workers between 2020 and 2030. These retired engineers loved it!

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Top Workforce Challenges and Trends Impacting the Healthcare Industry in 2020

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In order to maintain the high level of patient care that many healthcare organizations aspire to, both employee recruitment and retention must become a priority. From an HR standpoint, increased employee burnout also leads to a spike in turnover rates.

5 Steps to Avoid Talent Shortfalls Using Data-Driven Workforce Planning

Visier

Consider the following: The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected the need for 525,000 replacement nurses in the workforce by 2022, with a shortage of registered nurses projected to spread across the country between 2009 and 2030. An estimated 50 percent of the oil and gas industry’s workforce is set to retire in the next five to seven years, a phenomenon known as the Great Crew Challenge. Here’s how: Step 1- Assess your current turnover and recruitment dynamics.

How To Prepare For A Manufacturing Labor Shortage

SuccessFactors

Leading studies project significant labour shortfalls in Europe between 2020 and 2030. From 2020 to 2030, workforce contraction will accelerate across many countries, with Germany‘s labor supply shrinking to an estimated 37 million in 2030, which would roughly imply a shortage of 8 million workers in Germany. Retain more labor in the market by encouraging part-time employment, increasing retirement age, etc.

Nursing Professional Development is Crucial to Nursing Shortage

Edcor

Globally, there will be a shortage of 15 million healthcare workers by 2030. In the next 10 to 15 years nurse retirements will add to the nursing shortage. Hospital systems experience reduced employee turnover and increased retention.

13 Best Jobs for Older Workers

Digital HR Tech

Hirsch , this is a trend that will continue until 2030. But while this so-called silver tsunami is creating some serious challenges for HR – think absenteeism and retention for instance – it may also create some interesting opportunities. Because not everyone who reaches their retirement age wants to (fully) retire. Many (freshly) retired people miss feeling ‘useful’ and experience a lack of purpose.

A Healthcare Staffing Shortage Looms. Here’s How Technology Can Help

Eightfold

and fellow researchers predicted that 1 million registered nurses nationwide will retire by 2030. For hospitals and clinics, the shortage of qualified professionals at all levels of medical care poses challenges for hiring and retention. At least half of the overall physician shortage predicted between now and 2030 consists of specialist providers, says Janis Orlowski, MD , chief health care officer of the AAMC. Provide Support to Improve Retention.

How Can You Measure Returns On Employee Experience?

SurveySparrow

Companies with high employee experience have 142% higher employer Net Promoter Score, 28% higher productivity, 37% lower turnover rates, and 59% higher job satisfaction. Now you can measure the returns of this investment by looking at the employee satisfaction and turnover rates.