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3 Recommendations for Retaining Physicians

2 November, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
Organizations rarely report the cost of turnover in their financial statements, but they do talk about it. The issue of employee turnover comes up more and more frequently in leadership meetings. More often than not the emphasis is on nurses, therapists, technologists, programmers and other key, hard-to-recruit categories. What they do not talk about with […] Read more»

Physician Recruitment: Cost and Causes of Turnover

1 November, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
LISTEN ON iTUNES Welcome to Self-Perspective, a weekly podcast with information and insight on career management and human capital issues. Today, our podcast will look at two sides of Physician Recruitment: The cost of recruiting and the often ignored cost of doctor turnover. When the subject of physician recruiting comes up, we frequently focus on […] Read more»

The Importance of the Internal Communications Role in the C-Suite

14 September, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
As times change, jobs morph into something new. Industries like health care, facing a unique set of financial, regulatory and political challenges, are seeing new jobs emerge while some existing staff positions are taking on more responsibility and are playing a more strategic role. One of those positions, Internal Communications, is becoming an important strategic […] Read more»