65.2%. Yes, 65.2% of caregivers leave their home care agencies within the first year of employment (HHAeXchange, 2022).
54.8%. This is the turnover rate for certified nursing assistants in nursing homes (McKnights Senior Living Business Daily News, 2022).
27.1%. In hospitals, this is the annual turnover rate for RNs (DailyPay, 2022).
What are your turnover rates for caregivers and other essential staff?
As a HR leader, you may be exhausted by the chronic high turnover rate of your staff in home care, nursing home, hospitals or other medical settings.
In today's market, everyone is competing for the same individual.
To find a solution to this problem, it will require you to examine and modify your work culture.
What is causing caregivers and other staff to leave within 90 days?
By adding beneficial elements and removing negative aspects of your work culture, staff turnover would be reduced, profitability would increase, and you could experience less aggravation as a human resource professional.
We provide a 3-Step Solution to reduce staff turnover.
It starts with a conversation.
Understanding why caregivers or other staff leave your organization may be different from what may be identified from industry reports.
You will receive insights that reflect the nuances of your work culture and illuminate steps to reduce staff turnover.
Let's start getting answers to your questions.
Now you are ready for this step.
Building upon the insights learned from the work culture analysis, we will work collaboratively with you and your team to revisit or create your agency or company’s strategy and action plan to reduce staff turnover.
We will support you and your team in putting the pieces together to reduce staff turnover.
We discuss your agency or company's progress in reducing staff turnover.
We examine all the pieces that fit together in your work culture.
An outsider's perspective is valuable in seeing the necessary adjustments to reduce staff turnover in your agency, nursing home, hospital, or other medical settings.
Let's get started!
Dr. Sabrina Nichelle Scott, MBA, Business Anthropologist