How to Be an Employer of Choice When You’re Short on Staff and High on Turnover
A Guide for Behavioral and Community Health Care Organizations
Are highly qualified clinicians vying to work at your organization? Do your most talented staff members want to stay at your behavioral or community health care center?
Answering “yes” to these questions is what it means to be an “employer of choice”—an achievement status that has become essential for healthcare employers given the staff shortage crisis and soaring turnover rates.
Download How to Become an Employer of Choice When You’re Short on Staff and High on Turnover to learn step-by-step how to update your hiring, interviewing, and onboarding strategies to improve staff retention. This guide will walk you through four actionable steps, complete with worksheets and practical tools, showing you how to:
- Attract highly qualified candidates to apply for your open roles
- Interview candidates to assess competency and cultural fit without opening your organization to claims of discrimination or bias in hiring
- Engage new employees before their first day and onboard them faster
- Use ongoing development to help improve staff retention and prepare for succession planning