Phase Next for the Staffing Crisis
Welcome back to this two-part special with Molly Ramsay!
Staffing and employee retention have been nothing less than a greek conquest for the last couple of years. Even before the pandemic hit, healthcare workers were feeling burnt out. Since early 2020, when Covid wreaked havoc worldwide, a lot of people have been jumping ship due to being in a constant state of burnout. Compensation is one big flag to touch upon in this discussion, but it isn’t the only one. Many organizations are looking forward to new and softer ways to retain their employees.
Molly and Jesse go through this topic sharing reflections, pieces of advice, and possible solutions to have a stronger January-February period. Tune in and enjoy!
About our guest - Molly Ramsay
Molly Ramsay is the Corporate Operations Director at MedMan. She has a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Idaho State University. She also worked as the education and talent director and as director of human resources at MedMan.
A lot of people are leaving their jobs because of their discontent regarding compensation.
More data is needed to really understand the situation we are going through to make a decision.
Have a game plan for how you are going to show appreciation to your employees throughout the year.
Having a pool of flex employees or more part-time employees can help avoid burnout.
Every industry is going through a major shift right now regarding hiring: they are looking for attitude and not experience.
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