As a wise man by the name of Steve Jobs once said, “It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do”. This sage advice rings especially true when it comes to the dynamic world of healthcare. Often, organizations experience long turnover times when
According to the recent 2019 Deloitte Millennial survey, 49% of Millennials would quit their job within the next two years. While this may seem alarming for hiring managers who are already faced with nursing shortages nationwide, it is crucial for managers to understand the underlying factors that contribute to the
For at least the past decade, nursing shortages and the sky-high turnover rates of bedside nurses have posed significant problems to nurse leaders. It is no secret that nurse attrition can impact everything from quality of care and team morale to the department’s net operating budget, seeing as staff nurses
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