Jon Holztrager - University of Tennessee, the Haslam College of Business
Healthcare employee turnover is high. One survey of 852 participants found that 43 percent of respondents reported having been with their current organization for fewer than two years and 65.7 percent reported being with their current organization for fewer than five years. Employee retention is crucial to the success of healthcare organizations. High employee retention allows organizations to reduce the cost associated with replacing employees, improves patient care, and enhances the quality of service provided. Learn in this session what your organization needs to do to retain the top talent and rising stars in the industry. You will also learn how to build a strong organizational culture with the remote workforce change and what team-building exercises can be done to accommodate the remote team.
1. Define best practices for an organization to retain top talent in the industry.
2. State how remote workforce changes can help build a strong organizational culture.
3. Explain what teambuilding exercises can be done to accommodate the remote team.
4. Identify reasons for high employee turnover rates in the healthcare industry.