Hospices Integrating Cultural Competency into Recruitment, Retention

October 20, 2022

Hospices are finding success in recruiting and retention when they incorporate the cultural needs of their patients and their caregivers.

Understanding and awareness of cultural beliefs and practices makes a difference when it comes to attracting and keeping staff, according to Keith Everett, CEO of Louisiana-based Hospice of Acadiana Inc.  “Once an organization has created a sense of belonging, and people are dedicated to the mission; it no longer becomes just words. It’s something that is ingrained in them, and they feel a part of the organization,” Everett told Hospice News. “Once that feeling is there, staff tend to stay longer because they become one with the organization.”

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