By Monica E. Oss The average turnover rate among health care workers was 20.6% in 2017, up dramatically from 15.6% in 2010.  Health care was second only to hospitality in its turnover (see the Compdata survey, Pay, Turnover and Recruitment, Oh My! 2017 Healthcare Results Now Available). Drilling down by organization type, about 60% of organizations that provided wraparound programs in 2017 had staff turnover above 25%—of these organizations, 28% experienced turnover above 50% (see Over Half Of Organizations Providing Wraparound Services Have Staff Turnover Above 25%). What do some of the position-specific, and organization-specific turnover rates look like? Last year, the turnover rate for bedside registered nurses (RN) was 16.8%,…
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