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On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] The mission of any health care organization centers around providing quality patient care. Quality patient care requires well equipped caregivers. This session will offer insight into factors influencing nurse executives as they seek to build a solid workforce. It will discuss the Future of Nursing Institute of Medicine (now the  National Academies of Medicine) Report and the ANCC Magnet Recognition program which recognizes the responsibility nurses have to society to provide care, and have delineated standards of excellence for nursing. The report and recognition have profoundly shaped nursing over the past decade and have laid a foundation for the future. The implications of these standards are relevant to HR and the recruitment and retention of nurses.
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] This on-demand session provides an overview of the structure, staffing, content and strategies employed by a large health system as a nurse residency program was designed, deployed, evaluated and modified over a three year period. Recruitment and retention strategies will be discussed and both HR and clinical metrics will be shared. The presentation will cover both the positive lessons learned as well as  those of the  "what were we thinking?" variety. 
On-Demand Educational Webinars
[ON-DEMAND CONFERENCE SESSION] The Centralized Nursing Payroll Team at University of Utah Health currently manages payroll for over 3,200 clinical employees. The team has developed reportable standardized process for tracking employee time and attendance specific to early clock-ins prior to assigned shift start, missed lunches, lunches taken less than 20 minutes, missed punches/badge swipes and late clock-outs beyond scheduled shifts. The team has developed individualized reports and an executive scorecard. The employee report and executive score card is sent out after each pay period with intent to identify how the nursing unit is performing in regards to the above five metrics and associated financial implications with each reported metric. This information is being used to identify educational opportunities with staff and enforcement of HR Time and Attendance Policy, as well as creating transparency with clinical areas that would be at risk for compassion fatigue, once employee behavioral components are addressed.
HR Pulse Article
[HR PULSE ARTICLE]: The U.S. health care system is feeling the strain of the national nursing shortage and spending billions of dollars to recruit and retain health care professionals in an attempt to fill it. Staffing shortages are projected to intensify as experienced nurses near retirement age and the population continues to grow. In response, medical providers are being challenged to be more creative in the strategies used to attract and retain health care workers to meet this growing gap in the workforce.
HR Pulse Article
[HR PULSE ARTICLE] Organizational culture in health care is a powerful driver of performance across measures of safety, quality and patient experience. Performance in each of these domains — individually and collectively — directly influences organizations’ ability to compete in today’s rapidly evolving health care marketplace.
HR Pulse Article
[HR PULSE ARTICLE]: Increasing demand for health care services and the clinicians that provide them is putting tremendous pressure on hospitals and other health care organizations. Add to that the increase in competition from the more than 11,800 urgent care and retail facilities drawing from the same talent pool and you have a set of circumstances that can be challenging for the health care talent acquisition teams.