Let’s talk about turnover.
Many healthcare facilities think that high nursing turnover is just part of the cost of doing business. However, if you have a revolving door at your facility, you could be losing tens of thousands of dollars a year on recruiting costs, not to mention the impact that inconsistent staffing has on patient care.
You don’t have to settle for high turnover. The fact is, nurses leave for very specific – and very common – reasons, many of which are in your control.
While you can never stop all turnover, you can greatly improve retention by examining the reasons why nurses leave and taking steps to address their concerns and correct course. Even better news: The steps you can take to improve retention don’t have to cost a lot of money and many can be enacted immediately.
In this month’s BOS Medical Staffing Minute, we look at the ways you can stop turnover and boost retention among nurses at your facility.
If you are experiencing high nursing turnover of if you have other staffing-related challenges, BOS Medical Staffing is here to help. Reach out any time to discuss your challenges and goals.