NursingNurses' Soothing Escape Produces Higher Levels of Well-Being, Retention, and Engagement
Cedars-Sinai Serenity Lounges allow nurses to return to the floor better equipped to manage stress.
NursingHow CNOs Can Avoid Nurse Turnover and Knowledge Gaps
Retired nurses offer coaching and mentoring to Novant Health's novice nurses to solve retention challenges.
Human ResourcesThe Benefits of Focusing on Employee Well-Being
Employee well-being includes monitoring and taking steps to address both physical and mental well-being, as well as opportunities for advancement...
Human ResourcesHR For a Changing Healthcare Workforce
The first look at HealthLeaders' Workforce Week, five days of coverage spotlighting must-know strategies for healthcare HR leaders beginning Monday,...
Human ResourcesFaces of HR: Monica Davis on Commitment, Collaboration, and Collective Action
'My approach is rooted in the belief that diversity is not just about representation, but also about creating an environment...
NursingStress First Aid Uses Colors to Take Nurses' Emotional Temperature
Pilot program is teaching U. of South Alabama Health University Hospital nurses to support peers in distress.
Human ResourcesNew Report Illustrates Trends in Recruitment
The report explores how businesses are addressing talent acquisition challenges, managing background screening, and training their workforce to adapt to...
Human ResourcesFaces of HR: Best of HR Leadership
The role of HR leaders has shifted from traditional practitioners to strategic partners.
NursingPerioperative Nurses at Brigham and Women’s Declare 'No Confidence' in Departmental VP
Nurses' list of complaints includes lack of sanitized OR equipment; hospital counters that new state-of-the-art sterilizers have reduced safety events...
NursingThe Exec: How to Create a Successful Nursing Practice Redesign
Communication and feedback are key, says Midland Memorial's CNO Kit Bredimus.
StrategyHealthcare Employment Continues Upward Trend in June 2023
Hospitals experienced the most job growth during the month, followed by the ambulatory health sector.
Human ResourcesImpacts of Turnover on Remaining Staff
According to a new study, those who leave may lead many others to leave, too.