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Unfortunately, staff turnover in the healthcare industry has now become a characteristic of the sector. Research reports that half of the nurses leave their current positions after two years. Care centers report significant turnover that equates to a $7 million a year problem. Adding to that is a two-headed dragon: the workforce that is retiring 10,000 people per day, yet the average adult lifespan is increasing.
That’s why Cornerstone OnDemand is proud to present a four-part series that addresses weaknesses in employee development to shine a light on a persistent, yet fixable problem.
The first of the series will address onboarding issues. We know that hospitals on board their employees in just one day. The rationale for this timeframe is that healthcare in America is a ubiquitous industry; however, many onboarding programs in hospitals disregard the fact that each institution holds different values, beliefs, and shared norms, many of which can’t be fully addressed in one day.
Join Tom Tonkin, Principal Consultant, Thought-Leadership and Advisory Services at Cornerstone OnDemand, for the first webinar in our series on staff burnout in healthcare and how to treat it across the entire employee life cycle! Topics covered in this webinar include:
-The importance of strong onboarding on day 1
-How to set clear goals and expectations from the beginning
-The importance of opening up job-roll-specific training early in the onboarding process