Hospice Leaders: Dollars Alone Won’t Solve the Turnover Conundrum

Posted March 22, 2023

As it turns out, money is not everything, at least when it comes to hiring caregivers.

While compensation is an important factor for attracting and keeping staff, hospices need to consider other crucial aspects. Employee benefits, a career path, organizational culture, and leadership engagement also weigh into workers’ decisions to join, stay or leave a hospice.

Hospices should take a close look at the employee benefits that their organizations offer, according to Terese Acampora, COO of MJHS Home Health & Hospice, which is part of the New York-based MJHS Health System. The hospice has reassessed its benefit packages with employee feedback in mind, including a revised look at paid time off policies aimed at reducing burnout.

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