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Relias Retention Toolkit

Posted: August 7, 2018

Relias sent out a Retention Toolkit in August of 2018. See below for that email and resources:

Healthcare’s Workforce Challenge

Demand for healthcare services is increasing faster than the supply of healthcare workers, including nurses, CNAs, and medical assistants. Staff shortages combined with high turnover rates are resulting in a need to take practical steps to hire and retain your best staff.

View complimentary resources to help you build a strong retention strategy.

Solve Your Turnover Challenges

To help healthcare organizations reduce turnover, we have put together a
Retention Toolkit containing white papers, webinars, guides, and more!

This toolkit contains best practices on:
• Improving hiring using assessments
• Using behavioral interview questions
• Implementing rewards and recognition programs
• Increasing employee engagement

Download the toolkit and begin reducing turnover to improve your quality of care, clinical outcomes, and bottom line.

Download the Full Toolkit

Recruitment Resources for Community Health Centers

Posted: September 28, 2015

CCALAC is pleased to present our newest resource, A Guide to Loan Repayment and Scholarship Programs for Community Health Centers. This resource guide was created to provide community health centers with access to information on the various loan repayment and scholarship programs offered for health center staff offered at the federal, state and local levels.

CCALAC recognizes that the salary disparity among individuals working at community health centers can often be a barrier to recruitment and retention of qualified staff. Loan forgiveness and scholarship programs are one way of offsetting income loss. These programs can be a powerful recruiting tool. In addition, these programs can also serve to enhance the incumbent workforce as employees continue their education and career advancement.

We hope this guide serves as a valuable tool for the recruitment and retention for your clinic staff. If you have any questions about the resource guide, please contact Erin Sricharoon.