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The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Successful Employee Recognition Program for Healthcare


The healthcare industry faces significant challenges, including long hours, insufficient staffing, and emotional turmoil, which contribute to severe fatigue among healthcare professionals. According to a recent HealthDay-Harris Poll survey, around 63% of doctors and nurses nationwide report experiencing a "moderate" or "great deal" of burnout.

While burnout has always been a concern in healthcare organizations, the COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated mental health issues such as anxiety, insomnia, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A 2021 study published in the JAMA Health Forum revealed that increased job demands and heightened stress have caused 69% of clinicians in the United States to feel undervalued at work.

The impact of burnout is significant, as approximately 100,000 registered nurses were estimated to have left the field during the pandemic, with around 800,000 more intending to do so by 2027, according to a survey analysis by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN).

To tackle these challenges and promote well-being among healthcare staff, HR professionals should consider implementing an employee recognition program to prevent burnout, enhance engagement, and reduce turnover.

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This guide aims to explore the importance of acknowledging employees and recognizing their achievements, while providing insightful best practices for doing so effectively.

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Successful Employee Recognition Program for Healthcare



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