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Three Key Findings About Hospital Human Resources Effectiveness

December 17, 2015

The PwC Saratoga Hospital Consortium recently published its 2011/2012 US Human Capital Effectiveness Report. Key findings:

    1. 90 Day Retention has Improved but First Year Turnover Still Lags Behind Other Industries.

This study evaluates “quality of hire” by looking at 90-day turnover rates and notes that many industries have seen an improvement due, primarily, to economic conditions. In 2008, 1 in 3 hospital employees left within the first year, by 2010, it decreased to 26.2%, but this is still higher than the 22.7% experienced by other industries.

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Bryan Warren Bryan Warren is the President of J3 Personica, a consulting, assessment, training, and coaching firm, and a guest blogger for PSI. Bryan is an expert in progressive talent strategies, with a particular focus on leader and physician selection and development.