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3 tips for how healthcare leaders can support their employees.
A recent study finds 80 percent of healthcare employees feel they’re being prevented from reaching their full potential. Not only that — the overwhelming majority of respondents (96 percent) say they have additional strengths they could be offering their employer.
This points to a growing need for healthcare employers to invest more resources into furthering their employee’s professional development, as there are real consequences for not meeting employee needs.
Because healthcare employees are responsible for the quality of patient care, they require added resources — from training to digital tools — that can enable them to deliver a high standard of work under stressful circumstances. Here are three steps healthcare organization leaders can take to support their employees.
In healthcare, a disengaged employee can mean the difference between a high-quality and low-quality patient experience. Those on the front lines of patient care and coordination deserve added resources that will further arm them with the capabilities to reach their full potential at work, but that onus falls on the actions of healthcare administrators.
Will Eadie is global vice president of sales and strategy for WorkJam.
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