The widespread home care nursing shortage places a burden on patients who need home care and the recruiters who work to fill their positions.
Nurse burnout can negatively impact patient care, resulting in more medical errors, decreased patient satisfaction and high turnover rates.
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Your nursing recruiting strategy must make the most effective use of your time with each encounter, and win your most valued job candidates.
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Nurse recruiters and HR can remain competitive when recruiting and working to increase retention rates with a regular market adjustment.
Seven states in the U.S. are expected to experience a nursing shortage by the year 2030 if trends continue, government reports predict.