This conference session will discuss how to combat annual turnover and low employee engagement.
member: $45.00non-member: $85.00
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This conference presentation will discuss the HR aspects of these emergencies so that HR personnel are better prepared to plan for, and respond to, personnel challenges post-event.
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Currently, there are several states where medical marijuana is legal, but it is still illegal at the federal level. What should an HR professional do if a physician or health care worker tests positive during pre-employment testing or comes forward with a prescription for medical marijuana?
Disruptive provider behavior is a direct threat to patient safety and the quality of care. It is also a major employment law risk. Human resources professionals are often asked to address provider behavior, often without the necessary tools or organizational support to effectively create clinical environments conducive to high-quality patient care and a highly engaged workforce.
This conference presentation will discuss how fellow HR practitioners develop tailored content for recruitment marketing, and leverage data analytics to improve the quality of pipelined talent.
Following a brief overview of the FMLA and ADA's most frequent stumbling blocks, a series of hypothetical example scenarios will be used to focus on the critical interplay between these two extensive leave laws.
This conference presentation will discuss how Children’s Health restructured talent reviews and its high-potential program to unleash the power of quiet leaders.
Explore current hiring and talent trends related to medical assistants both regional and national levels.
Over the past three years, the High Potential Program has resulted in 53% of the participants being promoted and a 90% participant retention rate. Presenters will share the program structure.
This conference presentation will discuss innovative strategies and tools that helped Thompson Health hire, train and retain their team