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As the world of health care evolves, talent shortages and shifts in technology and culture mean that better patient care and the state of health care rely on one thing: better employees. …

As the world of health care evolves, talent shortages and shifts in technology and culture mean that better patient care and the state of health care rely on one thing: better employees.

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  • 1. Fact: Only 2in 10employers are actually doing anything right now to prepare for the aging population shi . IS YOUR COMPANY READY FOR THE AGING POPULATION SHIFT? © 2013 CareerBuilder LLC. All rights reserved.
  • 2. DOES YOUR COMPANY HAVE A GOOD REPUTATION? © 2013 CareerBuilder LLC. All rights reserved. 59% Fact: 59% of workers say if a company has a negative industry reputation they will eliminate the company from consideration.
  • 3. ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES BURNT OUT? © 2013 CareerBuilder LLC. All rights reserved. Fact: More than half of health care workers say they have a high rate of burnout, while only 37% of employers believe workers are burned out.
  • 4. HOW MUCH ARE LOWERING COSTS WORTH TO YOU? © 2013 CareerBuilder LLC. All rights reserved. FACT: 54% of employees feel the push toward lowering costs makes it harder to do their job, and 35% say it makes the quality of their work suffer. 35%
  • 5. HOW WILL YOU HANDLE THESE UPCOMING HIRING ISSUES? © 2013 CareerBuilder LLC. All rights reserved. COMPETENCY SCHEDULES FINANCIAL COSTS EMPLOYEE AVAILABILITY FACT: According to employees and employers, the four main issues that will impact health care hiring three years from now are: the need for competency/experience; employee availability; financial costs (salary, inability to control costs, insurance changes) and workload/schedules.