Burnout results from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. The three key symptoms are: Exhaustion Disengagement or distance from one’s workplace Reduced professional performance For the first time, burnout has been added to an official list of diseases and related disorders. It is debilitating for the individual
Key Takeaways: 49% of Millennials surveyed reported they would quit their job within two years. Nurse turnover is estimated to cost organizations between $4.4-$7 million annually. Nurses may be influenced to stay in positions by different factors depending on their age group or seniority. According to the recent 2019 Deloitte
It can sometimes seem that the challenges nurse leaders face on a regular basis can seem unique to them. However, according to Karen Hill, RN, DNP, NEA-BC, FACHE, FAAN and speaker at the 2019 AONE conference, there are four challenges nurse leaders across the country have in common: 1. Closing the
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