• How to resurrect the work best friend

    A person who has social connections at their job is 50% more likely to stay there, according to a recent report from Korn Ferry. But in the remote and hybrid work worlds, corporate camaraderie is increasingly hard to curate. 
  • Ensuring your workforce is future-ready

    Beyond recruitment & retention: Hospitals are embracing a new strategy to improve nurse staffing. Learn more here.
  • Biden adds $7.4B in debt relief; healthcare pros again eligible

    The Biden administration is adding $7.4 billion in debt cancellation for a total of $153 billion, with public service workers — including those in healthcare — again eligible in the latest round of relief.
  • The 8 a.m. meeting debate: 5 health systems weigh in

    Flexibility is currency in today's talent market. As companies lean into work-life balance, pre-pandemic meeting practices have been called into question. 
  • Industry report: How AI is powering healthcare executive searches

    CEO exits are soaring. How experts predict AI will aid in ramped-up executive searches — here.
  • Employment levels in 38 hospital jobs

    The types of jobs available at hospitals vary widely, and so do employment levels for those jobs. 
  • The rise of side hustles

    Interest in side hustles accelerated during COVID-19, as many Americans looked for opportunities to boost their income amid rising inflation rates and a turbulent job market. New data suggests this trend has persisted in 2023, with a growing number of U.S. workers pursuing side gigs, Bloomberg reported April 9.
  • 25 New York hospitals have been cited for staffing violations

    To date, 25 hospitals have received citations or violations of New York state's clinical staffing law.
  • Contracted ED clinicians at Ascension hospital vote to strike

    Members of a union for clinicians employed by TeamHealth at Ascension St. John in Detroit have voted to strike for 24 hours on April 18, Fox2 reported April 8.
  • New York hospital under fire for evicting staff, retirees from housing

    New York City-based Maimonides Medical Center is facing backlash after filing 50 eviction notices to tenants of its staff building, The New York Times reported April 8.
  • NYC Health + Hospitals opens wellness center for 6,000 employees

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst (N.Y.) opened a Wellness Center to support its 6,000 employees.
  • The indispensability myth

    Workers used to aim to make themselves indispensable in order to survive layoffs. Now, many say there's no such thing, The Wall Street Journal reported April 3. 
  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's healthcare high school to open in 2025

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is set to open its healthcare career-focused high school in 2025. 
  • Biden boosts loan repayments to attract primary care providers to rural areas

    Primary care providers who commit to practicing in shortage areas for two years may have as much as $75,000 in medical student debt forgiven through the Health Resources and Services Administration.
  • Employment of RNs, by state

    About 3.2 million registered nurses are employed in the U.S., and California is the state with the highest employment level in RNs, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, released April 3 and reflecting information from May 2023.
  • 7 numbers on healthcare's job growth

    Healthcare jobs continued to grow in March, with certain areas of the sector showing strong growth on top of February's numbers. 
  • CEOs' paychecks fuel 4-day workweek rationale

    American workers are 400% more productive than they were when the Fair Labor Standards Act established a 40-hour workweek in 1940. But CEOs — not employees — are reaping the fruits of that labor, according to a March 19 opinion article in The Washington Post. 
  • California weighs tougher penalties for assault on ED workers

    A proposed bill in California that would increase penalties for violence against emergency department workers has passed one body of the state legislature and awaits consideration in another.
  • Hospitals pour millions into weapons detection — is it worth it?

    Workplace violence is front and center in healthcare, with clinicians increasingly saying the issue has led them to change or leave a job. As hospitals look to establish and strengthen a culture of safety, some have invested heavily into weapons detection systems. 
  • Kansas hospital looks to go agency-free as staffing improves

    Emporia, Kan.-based Newman Regional Health has significantly improved its staffing and is looking to go agency-free by late summer or early spring in an attempt to continue improving local patient experience. 
  • Companies' Friday compromise

    As Capitol Hill weighs a shortened workweek, many companies are already unofficially carrying one out, The Wall Street Journal reported March 27. 
  • 6 top pulls for Gen Z job seekers

    Despite the buzz around flexible work, it is not among Generation Z's top three desirable elements in a new job, according to a March 26 report. 

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