• 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. 
  • Ensuring your workforce is future-ready

    Beyond recruitment & retention: Hospitals are embracing a new strategy to improve nurse staffing. Learn more here.
  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • The rise of virtual care: benefits, challenges and the road ahead

    Although telehealth has been around for a long time, the pandemic made it newly relevant. Now, after the pandemic, the use cases for telehealth and virtual care continue to expand, transforming the way that healthcare is delivered and producing positive results. As this transformation occurs, organizations are taking a closer look at how to integrate telehealth into their strategies and operations.
  • Workforce innovation: How healthcare organizations are using LinkedIn to hire top clinical talent

    Workforce challenges remain the top concern for hospital CEOs.
  • Building the healthcare talent pipeline: How LinkedIn is fueling brand, culture and learning & development opportunities

    In today's highly competitive market for clinical talent, attracting and retaining qualified staff takes more than just sign-on bonuses and increased salaries.
  • Why a Texas system hasn't hired a travel nurse in 30 years

    Beth Schmidt remembers the last time Fort Worth, Texas-based Cook Children's Health Care System hired a travel nurse, and it was not recently. 
  • Top contributors to staff shortages, according to CFOs

    CFOs said scarcity of talent was the top contributor to staff shortages, according to a report from the Healthcare Financial Management Association and Eliciting Insights. 
  • Gen Z's professional weak spots

    Most Gen Zers believe they're graduating well-equipped with skills employers value. Employers beg to differ, according to a March 26 report. 
  • New federal bill seeks to 'ban DEI in medicine'

    A new bill in the U.S. House of Representatives could prevent medical schools from receiving federal financial assistance if they adopt certain diversity, equity and inclusion policies. 
  • 5 strategies for optimizing your healthcare workforce

    How can healthcare recruitment leaders get ahead of the curve instead of simply responding to short-term needs?
  • 16 states still catching up to pre-pandemic worker counts

    Texas has 1 million more people working today than in February 2020, while more than a dozen states have seen the reverse, with employment lagging behind pre-pandemic levels, according to Bloomberg.
  • 20 states facing acute nursing shortages

    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment of registered nurses will grow 6% between 2022 and 2032. About 193,100 openings for RNs are projected each year on average over the decade as workers move to different occupations or depart the labor force, such as to retire.
  • 'Laptop class' losing Americans' favor

    Bosses aren't the only ones pushing back against remote work: American workers are tiring of the debate, too, according to a recent survey for Bloomberg News.
  • Clinicians urge lawmakers to act on workplace violence

    The presidents of the American Nurses Association, American College of Emergency Physicians and Emergency Nurses Associations urged lawmakers to pass two bills aimed at strengthening workplace safety protections for healthcare workers during a congressional briefing March 22. 
  • The most desirable soft skill in all 50 states

    A recent study has revealed how different states value different soft skills, from creativity to conflict resolution. 
  • Boomers begin 'phased retirements'

    There's a new variation on the unretirement trend. Rather than coming out of retirement and reentering the workforce, more baby boomers are choosing not to fully retire at all. 
  • 22 top hospitals and systems, 14K+ open jobs

    Hospitals and health systems continue to grapple with workforce challenges, including recruiting top talent in a competitive environment. Below are the number of job openings at hospitals and health systems that are among those named to the U.S. News & World Report's 2023-24 Best Hospitals Honor Roll. 
  • 16 most used job titles

    Registered nurse, nursing assistant and licensed practical nurse are among the 16 most frequently used job titles, according to a new report from ADP Research.

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