Our latest Practice Perspective
report provides helpful guidance on the important subject of retention of
quality talent. Always challenging, retention has become even more uncertain
with the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
for the Crisis and After identifies several crisis-induced risks in retaining
clinical and non-clinical staff. Much will hinge on how organizations handle
three decisions described briefly in the paper.
The Practice Perspective also highlights
concrete steps organizations can take to bolster retention now and capitalize
on longer-term strategies, including:
flexible policies and schedules to help employees adapt
- Investing in helping clinicians
adopt fast-emerging care options such as telehealth
consistent communication strategy
Looking for opportunities presented by the
crisis to enhance advancement pathways
With attention turning to post-crisis planning and
implementation, retention should be a priority, and you’ll find the Practice
Perspective concisely frames the issues that need to be in focus now.
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