It’s no secret that good health care employees are growing increasingly harder to find, but new findings from CareerBuilder suggest they’re getting harder to hold on to as well.
In the new CareerBuilder study, The Care Crunch: 2013 Health Care Trends, 56 percent of health care workers reported a high rate of burnout among themselves and their colleagues; however, only 37 percent of health care employees believe their employees are burned out. The finding indicates that employers are missing key signs that often lead to lower morale, poor performance and higher retention rates among workers. Given these findings, it’s no wonder so many health care workers plan to look for new jobs this year.
For more information about the survey, watch the video or to learn more about the findings and what they mean for your health care organization, visit the Care Crunch site and download the full report.Related
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