March 10, 2020 – Talent acquisition and retention goes through peaks and valleys. The reality is that the job climate has changed a lot in the past 50 years. With unemployment rates at historic lows, organizations are pulling out all the stops to deploy staffing strategies to bring in workers and keep them there. Many industries face worker shortages, and healthcare isn’t immune to this problem.
When companies are feeling the pressure of an undersized workforce, they stress over hiring to fill vacancies. But the hiring process can take upwards of months, so what can organizations do now to relieve staffing stress? Surprisingly, implementing staffing and scheduling policies and realigning their workforce that can reduce or even eliminate the shortage. Here are four strategies an organization can implement now to improve staffing.
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