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Why 68% of nurse case managers and non-bedside nurses say they will look for a new job this year.

Why 68% of nurse case managers and non-bedside nurses say they will look for a new job this year.

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    • A Survey of Case Managers and Non-Bedside Nurses’ Career Resolutions for 2012 Nursing Career Resolutions www.Pathway-Medical.com (800) 361-0031
    • About the Survey In December 2011 Pathway Medical Staffing surveyed over six-hundred and fifty nurse case managers and non-bedside nurses in the third annual “Nursing Career Resolutions” survey. Respondents represented nurses from a variety of non-bedside nursing disciplines including:
      • Case Management
      • Audits / Chart Review / Data Collection
      • Utilization Review
      • Quality
      • Appeals / Denials
      • Disease Management
      • Discharge Planning
      • HEDIS / QARR
      • Worker’s Compensation / Auto / Disability
      • Documentation Improvement
      • Pre-Authorization
      • Coding
      • Risk Management
      www.Pathway-Medical.com (800) 361-0031
    • Survey Highlights
      • 68% of case managers and non-bedside nurses plan to look for a new job this year, up seven percentage points from last year.
      • Further education has been the number one career resolution for nurses over the past three years.
      • Making more money remains the number two nursing career resolution for 2012.
      • Nurses continue to rank the desire for more autonomy and less micro-management as a top motivator to change jobs.
      • A greater number of nurses cited the need for better resources and a manageable caseload as a motivator for finding a new job this year.
    • We asked case managers and non-bedside nurses…. What are Your 2012 New Year's Resolutions for Your Nursing Career ?
    • Sixty-eight percent of case managers and non-bedside nurses plan to look for a new job this year, which is up seven percentage points from last year. 68%
    • Education #1 Fifty-six percent of nurses surveyed plan to further their education in 2012 by taking classes, pursuing a degree, acquiring certification, or joining an association. Although this number is down from last year it remains the number one resolution over the past three years. 56%
    • #2 Forty-three percent of nurses surveyed said that their resolution was to make more money in 2012. Although this is slightly down from last year it remains the second highest ranked nursing career resolution again this year . Money 43%
    • Challenge #3 Thirty-four percent of nurses surveyed say that they are looking for a more challenging job to move to the next level of their career in 2012 which is down from thirty-nine percent last year. 34%
    • Home #4 Nineteen percent of nurses plan to find a job closer to home in 2012. 19%
    • Benefits #5 Eighteen percent of nurses plan to find a job with better benefits this year. 18%
    • Semi-Retire #6 Nine percent of nurses plan to semi-retire and find project work in 2012. 9%
    • We asked case managers and non-bedside nurses…. What would motivate you to change jobs in 2012?
    • #1 Thirty-six percent of nurses said they would be motivated to change jobs in 2012 for more autonomy and less micromanagement. 36% Autonomy AUTONOMY
    • Explore #2 Thirty-one percent of nurses said they would be motivated to change jobs in 2012 to explore a new area of nursing. 31%
    • #3 Twenty-seven percent of nurses said they would be motivated to change jobs in 2012 to find an organization that embraces and values the role of nurses. 27% Value Nurses
    • Stability #4 Twenty-six percent of nurses said they would change jobs for a more stable organization with less turnover than their current organization. 26%
    • Tools #5 Twenty-five percent of nurses said they would like to find an opportunity where there are better tools and resources available to do a good job. 25%
    • Manageable Caseload #6 Twenty-one percent of nurses said they would be motivated to change jobs for a more manageable case load, or better work flow. 21%
    • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that job opportunities for registered nurses continue to be excellent.* It is estimated that the growth in opportunities for registered nurses will increase at a rate much faster than average, with registered nurses having the largest number of new jobs compared to other occupations . Nursing Outlook * Source: U.S. Bureau Labor Statistics Registered Nurse Occupational Outlook http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos083.htm
    • Tips for Employers… Sixty-eight percent of nurse case managers and non-bedside nurses planning to look for a new job this year can be a very scary number for employers to hear. Employers should keep in mind the reasons that nurse case managers and non-bedside nurses are looking for new opportunities. While employers may have limited control over salary, there are other benefits that may help retain this specialized nursing talent.  Continuing Education Fifty-six percent of nursing professionals want to further their education. Offering to reimburse for continuing education expenses may help to retain top talent. More Autonomy   Thirty-six percent of nurses would leave their current job for more autonomy and less micromanagement. If employers identify opportunities that allow non-bedside nurses the ability to have more control in managing their work, it may increase employee satisfaction and keep nursing talent from seeking employment elsewhere. Succession Planning Some employees may simply feel that they are not challenged enough, or their skills are being underutilized. Succession planning may help top talent understand their opportunities for advancement within the organization. Flexible Hours Offering a more accommodating schedule and other attractive benefits such as flexible hours, more vacation, or telecommuting options may help employers to retain nurses that are looking for a better work / life balance.
    • Tips for Nurses… Look At Current Job Openings If you are considering making a job change you can start by exploring current opportunities in nurse case management and non-bedside nursing to get a feel for what is available.  You may be surprised by the range of open positions at some of the most respected healthcare organizations. Email Alerts You can also register to receive email alerts for nurse case manager and non-bedside nursing jobs.  Alerts will immediately notify you when new jobs become available; giving you priority access to opportunities that meet your requirements. Get Personal Assistance in Your Job Search Don’t let the stress of updating your resume and preparing for interviews keep you from exploring new case management opportunities. Companies like Pathway Medical Staffing help nurse case managers find jobs that match their experience and career goals and help job seekers update resumes, prepare for interviews and negotiate compensation . If your New Year’s Resolutions are like most nurse case managers and non-bedside nursing professionals, get started with your job search today!  Don’t let 2012 go by with an unfulfilled resolution to give your nursing career a boost. For more information, visit the Nursing Career Kit to help you get started: http://bit.ly/NursingCareerKitResolution
    • More Resources… http://bit.ly/NursingCareerKitResolution http://bit.ly/NurseHiringGuideResolution www.Pathway-Medical.com (800) 361-0031
    • www.Pathway-Medical.com (800) 361-0031 Search jobs , hire nurses and learn more at : www.Pathway-Medical.com
      • Case Management
      • Discharge Planning
      • Disease Management
      • Utilization Review
      • Preauthorization
      • Appeals / Denials
      • Quality / Performance Improvement
      • HEDIS / QARR
      • Medical Record Review
      • Data Abstraction Collection
      • Clinical Documentation Improvement
      • Medical Claims Review
      • Risk Management
      Specialists in recruiting case managers and non-bedside nurses for full-time and temporary employment at leading healthcare organizations since 1998.