Thorough onboarding is critical to the productivity of your travel nurses—as well as the health of your bottom line. Research has shown that an employee will decide to stay with (or leave) a company within his or her first six months of employment—making adequate onboarding critical to avoid the cost of employee turnover. Give your travel nurses the resources they need to make a smooth transition to their new jobs—not just to prevent the premature termination of an assignment, but also to allow the nurse to do their job to the best of their ability. Your onboarding efforts will help you maintain a high quality of patient care and customer satisfaction.
To help ensure the successful transition of your travel nurses, consider the following:
A staffing agency familiar with the healthcare field can work with you to provide thorough, effective onboarding. TaleMed is an industry leader, and our placements stick: last year, 99 percent of healthcare professionals who started with us completed their assignments. We serve over 10,000 hospitals in all 50 states and have access to more than 100,000 active health candidates in our database—so we can provide you with the qualified travel nurses that match with your hospital’s unique needs.
TaleMed is pleased to announce our 2017 Calendar Photo Contest!
We put health care professionals on assignment to do the work they love – in places they fall in love with. We want to help all travel health care professionals find your place, by seeing the places you have fallen in love with. Submit photos of the cities, season, views you have fallen in love with.
Four healthcare professionals that have found their place will receive an Echo Dot. Winners will be announced every 13 weeks! Eight honorable mention winners will also be chosen and announced in November 2017.
The twelve winners selected will see their photos in the 2018 Find Your Place Calendar. So set your cameras to high resolution and start snapping those photos. If you have already taken an award winning photo please feel free to submit. Photographs will be accepted from any healthcare professional that would like to participate.