Kena Adelekan was known as an HR leader at Adventist Health System even before her Talent-in-Talent AwardTM win. Even so, receiving the HealthcareSource Talent-in-Talent Award for Recruitment at last year’s Talent Symposium was a meaningful acknowledgement.
To improve employee retention, managers need to understand today’s workforce. With new generations in the workforce, the employee-employer relationship has changed. Communication is the key. Learn more.
Healthcare organizations are facing unprecedented talent shortages everywhere, but especially when it comes to nurses. Here, we take a look at how employee engagement can either solve or exacerbate this nursing shortage, in the future.
What can a healthcare organization learn from major catastrophes like Deep Water Horizon and Three Mile Island? We take a look at how little, seemingly innocuous mistakes tend to snowball into disasters and what hospitals and other care providers can learn from them, here.
Our Nursing Leadership Toolkit gives healthcare talent management professionals the resources they need to hire better nursing leadership talent faster, keep high-potential talent longer, and grow them and their staff into the next generation of nursing leaders for sustained success.
Hiring nurses can be difficult, but you’re organizations culture should be a part of the solution, not the problem. Here, we take a look at some data from our Nursing Culture Quiz to see what healthcare organizations are doing right, and where they can improve, when it comes to hiring nurses.
Nurse leaders are key to the care your organization provides, but recruiting the right nurse leaders can be tough. Does your healthcare organization’s culture attract nurse leaders or turn them off? Learn about workplace culture’s role in recruiting for these critical positions.
When you work hard enough to hire great nurse leaders, you want to be sure they will stay and grow with your organization. Learn how you can use behavioral assessments, reference checking, and more to hire nurse leadership for retention.
Reexamining nursing compliance is one way healthcare organizations can improve upon time wasted and money spent. Learn how some simple changes can help alleviate the heavy workload every nurse is expected to carry.
With the aging population, hospitals can expect more and more beds to be filled with older patients – patients who require your workforce to have specific clinical and behavioral competencies. Be sure you’re hiring a workforce that can handle eldercare.