• Hybrid work here to stay: Report

    Hybrid work is not going away anytime soon, with office attendance stabilizing at 30 percent below pre-pandemic norms, according to a report from McKinsey Global Institute.
  • Why Parkview Health centralized locum tenens hiring

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  • 42% of hospital staff considering private practice switch, survey finds

    Private equity firms are making noise in healthcare with their aggressive acquisition of private practice physicians and 42 percent of hospital employees are considering moving to private practice, mostly due to the need for a better work-life balance, according to a recent survey from digital health platform Tebra.
  • The downside of remote work for women

    The women's workforce has largely benefitted from the pandemic-spurred surge in remote work offerings. Millions of mothers with young children who left the workforce in 2020 found balance with the ability to work from home, and there are now more women in the labor force than ever. 
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  • The emergence of 'The Big Stay'

    Among U.S. professionals, it appears job-hopping is diminishing — at least temporarily — and that the nation has entered the era of "The Big Stay." 
  • Best workplaces for disability inclusion: 15 health systems

    Fifteen health systems were named among the top U.S. workplaces for disability inclusion by the 2023 Disability Equality Index, a joint initiative with the American Association of People with Disabilities. 
  • Working women sustain new record

    The labor force participation rate for women in their prime working age reached 77.8 percent in June — an all-time high, according to BLS data analyzed by CNN Business. 
  • Where healthcare worker COVID-19 vaccine rules stand in states now

    Some states have lifted their COVID-19 vaccine requirements for workers at regulated healthcare facilities, while at least one other is considering doing so.
  • What the C-suite gets wrong about the workforce: Survey

    C-suite leaders believe their workforce's well-being is improving. They're wrong, according to a June 20 report from Deloitte. 
  • Northwell aims to streamline flexible staffing via startup

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health has reached an agreement with Prolucent Health, a Dallas-based workforce optimization startup, to implement Prolucent's VMS+ platform for managing the 21-hospital health system's temporary staffing needs.
  • Rush to host resilient leadership retreat

    Chicago-based Rush University’s Center for Innovative and Lifelong Learning is hosting its Resilient Leadership Retreat  Aug. 2-4, from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. 
  • Applications open for NYC Health + Hospital's clinical leadership fellowship

    NYC Health + Hospitals opened applications July 10 for a one-year fellowship designed to prepare post-residency graduates for administrative roles, the New York City-based health system said in a news release sent to Becker's. This is the program's fifth year. 
  • SSM Health adds on-demand staffing capabilities to ease shortages

    SSM Health, a 23-hospital health system based in St. Louis, has added an on-demand workforce platform to fill staffing gaps and improve employee retention.
  • New York restricts mandatory overtime for nurses

    Healthcare employers in New York may no longer require nurses to work more than their regularly scheduled hours, with some exceptions, under a new law that took effect July 6. 
  • University Hospital in New Jersey to receive $396M for salaries, benefits in new budget

    Newark, N.J.-based University Hospital will receive $396 million for staff salaries and benefits for the next year, according to a report in the NJ Spotlight News.
  • Healthcare adds 41K jobs in June

    Healthcare gained 41,100 jobs in June, which is below the average of 42,000 jobs per month the industry has added thus far this year, according to the latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 
  • Healthcare workers keep calling it quits

    Healthcare saw a bump this spring in the number of resignations as a share of total employment as many other industries begin to see the quits rate abate, according to The Wall Street Journal. 
  • Mayo Clinic sees record year for hiring

    Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., experienced a record year for hiring in 2022, the health system confirmed in a statement shared with Becker's on July 6. 
  • New York system lifts vaccine mandate

    Rochester (N.Y.) Regional Health will no longer require the COVID-19 vaccine for employment, according to a news release shared with Becker's.
  • Healthcare job cuts up 97% from 1st half of 2022

    Healthcare/products companies and manufacturers, including hospitals, announced the fourth-most job cuts among 30 industries and sectors measured in the first half of 2023, according to one new analysis.
  • New York health system bans local travel nurses

    Albany, N.Y.-based St. Peter's Health Partners will no longer hire travel nurses who live within a 50-mile radius of their workplace, according to local CBS affiliate WRGB. 

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