National Study Shatters the Myth: It's Not All About the Money When It Comes to RN Retention: Here are the Key Takeaways You Need To Know!
- National Survey Data of RNs in Acute Care Hospitals Disproves the Link Between Pay Satisfaction and Job Turnover
- Findings Show That Supporting Intrinsic Motivators and Creating a Supportive Work Environment are Key to Retaining RNs
- Rural and Urban Settings Show Similar Results, Emphasizing the Importance of Fostering a Positive Work Culture
- RN Retention Strategies Should Focus on Satisfying Nurses' Professional Fulfillment and Encouraging a Positive Work Environment, Rather Than Just Offering Higher Pay.
- Prolonged Stress Takes a Toll: Studies Links Burnout to Low Job Satisfaction and High Intent to Quit
- Early Intervention is Key: Nurses with Lower Burnout Report Higher Levels of External Support
- Understanding Your Staff is Crucial: Knowing When They Need Help Can Prevent Burnout and Intention to Leave
- Don't Wait Until It's Too Late: Take Steps to Address Prolonged Stressors and Support Your Nurses to Prevent Burnout and Job Turnover
- Pay Disparities Can Undermine Job Satisfaction: New Research Reveals the Importance of Salary Transparency
- Avoiding Salary Comparisons: Keep Your Team Focused on Your Shared Goals and Objectives
- The Goal is to Reduce Dependence on Agency Nurses and Improve Retention: Focus on Recruitment and Retention Strategies
- Building a Strong Team: Emphasize the Benefits of Working Together and Investing in Your Staff's Professional Growth and Development.
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