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[PUBLICATION] Position Papers are created as collateral for ASHHRA's annual Hill Visit and offer a snap-shot perspective of the issues we are tracking and the positions we are advocating for. These papers may be used for anyone engaging their legislators in an advocacy capacity.  
[PUBLICATION] Position Papers are created as collateral for ASHHRA's annual Hill Visit and offer a snap-shot perspective of the issues we are tracking and the positions we are advocating for. These papers may be used for anyone engaging their legislators in an advocacy capacity.  
March 15-21, 2020. Health Care Human Resources Week – the third week of March – is designated to recognize human resources professionals in health care organizations across the nation for their important role across the continuum of care.
[REPORT]: The 47th Labor Activity in Health Care report covers January through December 2016 and includes analyses of national, regional and state representation petitions and elections as reported by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
[REPORT]: The 48th Labor Activity in Health Care report covers January through June 2017 and includes analyses of national, regional and state representation petitions and elections as reported by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
[REPORT]: The 49th Labor Activity in Health Care report covers January through June 2018 and includes analyses of national, regional and state representation petitions and elections as reported by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
[REPORT]: The 50th Labor Activity in Health Care report covers January through December 2018 and includes analyses of national, regional and state representation petitions and elections as reported by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
AHA Workforce and AHA’s American Society for Health Care Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA) convened HR leaders from across the country to discuss top workforce challenges, shifts in needs and how the field is adapting recruitment and retention practices to anticipate changes in health care delivery.
[REPORT]: The 51st Labor Activity in Health Care report covers January through June 2019 and includes analyses of national, regional and state representation petitions and elections as reported by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION]: View this session to learn what strategies Avera implemented across their system to improve first-year retention resulting in an estimated cost savings of $7,000,000.
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR]: Presenters will describe some of the recent neuroscience around change and why it is hard for people to move away from the “how things have always been” mentality. HR leaders will be able to utilize emotional intelligence to facilitate effective change management.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SEASSION]: Through an interactive and often hilarious process, participants will see how common—yet easily avoidable—practices and misconceptions around the recognition process often unintentionally sabotage engagement efforts, break down communication, and lead individuals and teams to unnecessary conflict and burnout.
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR]: Modified from Maslow’s hierarchy, this model directs leaders to address basic physical and mental health needs first; physical safety second; and then address higher order needs including respect from colleagues, patients, processes and the Electronic Health Record; appreciation and connection; and finally, time and resources to heal patients and contribute to the greater good.
[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR]: This comprehensive webinar will provide best practices for leveraging analytics to improve outcomes critical to health care organizations (e.g., low turnover and high CAHPS scores), including how to take the right approach to analytics overall, build your analytics team the right way and provide the tools to create a compelling presentation.
To meet the demand for health care workforce development and expansion, New York’s Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS) partnered with the College of Staten Island and SEIU/1199 Training and Education Fund to sponsor an apprenticeship program and short- and long-term training strategies.
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] An estimated one million service members are expected to enter the civilian workforce in the coming years. The U.S. Military spends billions each year training these men and women, developing competent and highly motivated leaders. As a result, most vets emerge from their military careers with proven records of positive employment outcomes. This should be a wonderful source of star employees for our facilities, yet these heroes actually end up facing the biggest battles of their careers as they transition to the civilian workforce.
[REPORT]: This document by G. Roger King, senior labor and employment counsel of the HR Policy Association, outlines the recent updates of significant Board decisions and rulemaking initiatives.