Tag: Turnover

The Good, The Bad, and The Costly – Why Effective Onboarding is Crucial

The Good, The Bad, and The Costly – Why Effective Onboarding is Crucial

Ever feel like too many of your employees are leaving their job within the first few months of being hired? It’s not your imagination, according to a recent study, 31% of employees leave during the first six months, with the highest rates of attrition happening in the first 90 days. What could be causing so […]

5 Best Practices for a Successful Exit Interview Survey Strategy

5 Best Practices for a Successful Exit Interview Survey Strategy

Employee turnover is a vital metric in every organization’s workforce planning. If you don’t measure and address it, it won’t improve. Exit interview surveys can be a simple tool to help you collect more information about what is causing turnover and other potentially negative factors in your organization.   You may be wondering “How are exit […]

The Great Resignation’s Fallout: What Happens Next?

The Great Resignation’s Fallout: What Happens Next? The Great Resignation blog

Inc. recently published an article on the Great Resignation, or “The Big Quit” as they aptly named it. So many companies and HR teams are focused on the immediate needs before us: filling jobs as so many people resign and leave. But, what happens next? This article was a good reminder for us all to […]

Leading Exit Factors in Healthcare

Leading Exit Factors in Healthcare

Healthcare Turnover Are you facing high turnover and trying to determine the root causes of why people are leaving? If so, you’re certainly not alone. 2016 healthcare turnover ended at 16.2% according to NSI Nursing Solutions’ 2017 National Health Care Retention & RN Staffing Report. Healthcare organizations like yours are turning to People Element to […]

High Job Openings and High Quit Rates Further Tighten Labor Market for Employers

High Job Openings and High Quit Rates Further Tighten Labor Market for Employers

The most recent report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics was released last week, and its findings make it clear that if employers aren’t already thinking about how to fill positions and keep talent, they will need to very soon. Unfilled positions are increasing at record levels The rate of job openings has reached […]

Why Driver Feedback Alone Isn’t Enough to Lower Turnover

Why Driver Feedback Alone Isn’t Enough to Lower Turnover

Hear this lately? “We guarantee we will lower your turnover by 10%!” “On average our clients lowered their turnover by 15%!” Given current driver conditions, that sounds great, you should buy it!….Until you think it through a little better. With the rise of driver turnover and the driver shortage, the industry will continue to hear […]

The Hidden Cost of Nursing Turnover

The Hidden Cost of Nursing Turnover

Turnover can range in severity from a nuisance to a business crippling problem. When it comes to healthcare, turnover is a critical issue. Having trained and experienced nurses on hand to deal with life or death situations on a regular basis is a business necessity. And that doesn’t even take into account any of the […]

Determining the Cause of First-Year Nursing Turnover

Determining the Cause of First-Year Nursing Turnover

The average hospital loses between five and seven million dollars a year due to nursing turnover costs. This Ohio Travel nurse agency says that beyond the upfront cost, we must also consider the adverse impact on patients’ quality of care that results when overworked and over-stressed nurses are dealing with the increased workload. Turnover is […]

The Impact of Baby Boomers on the Nursing Shortage

The Impact of Baby Boomers on the Nursing Shortage

The nursing shortage in the U.S. has been at a near-crisis stage for several years. The largest portion of the healthcare workforce are America’s 3 million nurses, and nursing as a profession is one of the fastest-growing careers in the nation. Yet the supply of nurses cannot keep up with demand. Not only is there […]

Get Them Back: How to Rehire Employees with Ease

Get Them Back: How to Rehire Employees with Ease

Most employers would agree that employee turnover is one of the largest issues they face year in and year out. With total replacement costs estimated to be as high as 90% to 200% of annual salary, it’s imperative that companies find ways to reduce employee departures. One solution to this that’s often overlooked is rehiring […]