The COVID pandemic has turned the problem of keeping your practice fully staffed into a crisis.
The new reality is that your office staff have more employment opportunities available to them than ever before. In many instances they can go somewhere else, have more flexibility and make more money. So, the real question is, why should they stay with you?
It has NEVER been more important or challenging to retain your quality practice employees. Not only does losing fully trained staff cause operational issues for your practice, but the fallout leads to poor service, overworked staff, dissatisfied patients, loss of patients, etc. Each fully trained staff member that you lose costs you up to 2x their annual salary. The better answer is to figure how to keep your employees from leaving.
This is where healthcare practice consultant, Susan Childs, FACMPE, can help. On Tuesday, December 7th at 3pm ET, Susan is presenting a step-by-step, free, 60-minute online training session to help you overcome your retention challenges.
Here are just a few of the questions you’ll get answered to help you improve staff retention:
– How can you stop a staff dispute from making good employees leave?
– What additional benefits can you offer that won’t cost too much?
– What is the best way to make staff feel genuinely appreciated?
– How can you help your clinical and administrative staff relationship be
– What non-financial benefits can you give to compete with other job
– What is the best way to fire toxic employees, and communicate it to
– What specific elements should be included in your retention plan?
– How can you more successfully on-board new employees?
– How can you make admin staff feel appreciated by doctors?
– What is the best way to genuinely appreciate a job well done?
– Is there a career path tool you can use to show opportunity to staff?
– How can you involve patients in recognizing high quality staff?
– What is the best way to figure out if your staff are happy or not?
– What parameters should be used to provide education incentives?
– And so much more…