Health Governance Report, September 2011
There's a fine line between justified overtime brought about by operational demands and overtime in which employees work the clock to their advantage. With labor costs gobbling up between 40% and 60% of a hospital's budget, defining that line and catching those overtime missteps is increasingly important. Moreover, taking a strategic approach to scheduling employees can further slim costs without the need for layoffs.
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