CEOs: Employee Retention Is Your Job

March 2010
HealthLeaders Magazine;Mar2010, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p40
The article focuses on the importance of retention on patient mortality and satisfaction and the role of the chief executive officer (CEO) in reducing the turnover rate. It states that employees leave the company because of their boss and it is imperative that organizations with high turnover rates polish its leadership skills to avoid a negative impact on its finances. The article also discusses that turnovers can be avoided through job innovations such salary restructuring and flexible work hours arrangement.


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