5 Ways Compensation Planning Can Improve Employee Retention

June 28, 2019

For most healthcare organizations, their greatest expense-and greatest differentiator-is their employees. Numerous studies have shown that a competent, tenured workforce is key to achieving positive outcomes. In this paper, we look at the role compensation can play in supporting employee retention and suggest ways healthcare organizations can use a strong compensation strategy to reduce employee turnover.

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Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center (BMHMC) is dedicated to providing our neighbors with the finest in quality medical care... and the utmost of compassion. A voluntary, not-for-profit community hospital in Patchogue, Suffolk County, New York, we provide that care through a 306-bed acute-care hospital that's part of a multidisciplinary, multi-campus, state-of-the-art healthcare complex, designed to meet the evolving needs of the 28 Suffolk County communities we serve. While much has changed since we first opened our doors to the community in 1956, our patient-centered approach to healthcare remains as strong as ever. It is the heart of our mission and foundation of our vision and core values.

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Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center (BMHMC) is dedicated to providing our neighbors with the finest in quality medical care... and the utmost of compassion. A voluntary, not-for-profit community hospital in Patchogue, Suffolk County, New York, we provide that care through a 306-bed acute-care hospital that's part of a multidisciplinary, multi-campus, state-of-the-art healthcare complex, designed to meet the evolving needs of the 28 Suffolk County communities we serve. While much has changed since we first opened our doors to the community in 1956, our patient-centered approach to healthcare remains as strong as ever. It is the heart of our mission and foundation of our vision and core values.

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