Workforce shortages continue to challenge health care industry
Sound familiar? The health care industry is suffering from a lack of skilled employees, issues with burnout and worker turnover.
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engaged employees and investing in new technologies are two strategies that can help address health care worker shortages, a new report finds.
The report, “
Top Workforce Trends Impacting the Health Care Industry in 2020,” was released by software company Achievers, and looks at one of the most pressing problems for the industry-worker shortages. According to the Achievers analysis, the health care industry faces a “staggering talent deficit.”
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