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.
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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.
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
The way we recognize and reward people is fundamental to patient experience. Study after study has shown that engaged employees take better care of the customer.
member: $39.00non-member: $79.00
This on-demand conference session will concentrate on the unique needs of hospital HR professionals to establish systems and procedures that result in rapid and cost-effective on boarding of physicians and other types of LIPs.
Learn about the HR initiatives launched by Parkview Health that culminated in a 10% reduction in first-year turnover and an increase from the 75th percentile to the 90th percentile for co-worker engagement in a three-year period.
Success starts with senior leadership. CHRISTUS Health has taken an innovative approach and reduced leadership turnover by 50% with a focus on recruitment, assimilation and retention.