Research Says Nurses from All Generations Want the Same Thing at Work


A recent blog post from Select International gives insight into improving nurse retention regardless of generation.

 Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Select International's website.

Sitting in the opening session of the Hanson Wade Leap HR Healthcare conference this morning, I heard the speaker from England’s National Health System employment group say that their research does NOT indicate that nurses from different generations are looking for something different at work. Danny Mortimer is the CEO NHS Employers. He provided a wonderful overview of key turnover metrics and strategies.

This comment about a LACK of generational differences gave the audience pause. Certainly, there are cultural differences between the U.S. and the U.K. Certainly, there are health care system and delivery differences between the two. Obviously, the U.K. has the same generational constructs as the U.S. – so how can this finding be true? Click here to continue>>


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