Keep a full staff: Make your hospice attractive to mature nurses

October 2008
Hospice Management Advisor;Oct2008, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p109
The article provides information on how hospices organizations are able to attract, retain, and keep mature workers. It presents the programs that are designed to meet the needs of older workers to remedy the shrinking workforce including flexible work schedules, giving employees a chance to make decisions that affect their jobs, offer retirees a way to easily enter the workforce, and addressing the physical limitations of older workers.


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