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Category: Labor Quality

Quality talent in the right place at the right time: A Guide to Ensure Compliance

When managers mention that they find lower quality in contingent workers compared to their regular staff, it is not necessarily a competency issue, but often a shortfall in how the temporary workers were on-boarded. Health systems with a standard on boarding or orientation practice tend to ensure quality is better maintained. View PDF of Wise paper

How Knowing Your Top Staffing Vendors Can Cut Labor Costs

Are your costs to manage contingent and temporary workers going through the roof? If so, you may need to reevaluate where your money is going at your healthcare facility. One of the best ways to keep your costs under control is to get a better handle on who exactly your top staffing vendors are. If you’re able to do this,…

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Temporary labor keeping you up at night? Rest easy. We have a solution.

Quality of staff is one of the things that makes or breaks a healthcare facility. From kind nurses to attentive doctors, customer service and integrity go a long way. This is especially true for first-time mothers, sick children, or the newly diagnosed. This can be a scary or intimidating time for them, and a new hospital does not always instill…

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How Data Insights Can Help You Improve Contingent Labor Quality

Labor quality is of utmost importance when it comes to healthcare. However, labor quality and labor quantity can be negatively correlated, so it is wise to use data to define the difference between the two. What is labor quality? The definition is multi-faceted. Labor quality cannot be defined by just a couple of parameters like attitude and performance. It measures…

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