Combating Burnout in Home Care: New Insights to Retain Staff
Burnout poses a major challenge for home care providers. It’s the greatest turnover driver for the nursing workforce, who we’ve found are twice as likely as other healthcare workers to cite it as their motivation to leave.
As a predicted national shortage of hundreds of thousands of nurses looms over the next few years, providers will be fighting for a shrinking pool of talent – making it all the more critical to have robust burnout prevention strategies that actually work.
Our latest research sheds light on the complex drivers of nursing burnout, along with how to effectively combat it in its many forms. You’re invited to be among the first to learn our findings so they can help your agency gain an edge.
Get Notified About the In-Depth Report
Be among the first to get our complete insights report on burnout in the home care workforce. The full report sheds more light on burnout’s specific drivers, what worsens its impact on well-being and turnover intent, and the most effective ways to fight it.
When you sign up to be notified, you’ll receive an email on March 14 with full access to the report.
Join the Webinar
Transcend is sharing these latest insights in a webinar as part of the Hospice News Staffing Summit on March 14 at 12:30 p.m. EDT (on-demand recording will also be available). Our talk also includes a panel discussion featuring three home care and hospice executives. Panelists will share their organization’s experience and successes on overcoming workforce challenges, plus their perspectives on the future of the hospice workforce.
(Be sure to select our talk when registering.) This virtual event is free for providers.