Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

How to "Turnover" an Employee Retention Crisis in Healthcare

Employee turnover is detrimental to a company’s bottom line, costing time, money, and valuable resources. Long-term employee retention may seem like a thing of the past, but although the job climate continues to shift further away from cradle-to-grave employment and people currently change jobs an average of twelve times throughout their career, it remains critically important. The fact remains: your business will be better if you can find a way to retain good workers.

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Internal Communications Is Important In Healthcare Organizations

When healthcare companies invest in internal communications to increase safety, improve operations, and engage staff, the results are often happier providers and patients. At Staffbase, we frequently receive a “SOS” from healthcare companies looking for an internal communications solution to confront challenges such as employee turnover or change management. Many are on a quest to revitalize the employee experience and improve current procedures with the hope of making their workplace one where employees want to be. As a lifesaver, we put together some best practices from healthcare companies that are communicating well with workers to proactively address safety issues, efficiently manage operations, and amplify staff engagement, three fields that are essential to success in the healthcare industry and beyond.

 

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