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Why do Facilities choose CNSA Nurses?

The simple answer is because they don’t have enough nurses to work the necessary shifts! Some reasons why facilities are short staffed include:

  • Vacations
  • Medical leaves
  • FMLA leaves
  • Staff resignations
  • Staff termination
  • Maternity/Paternity leaves

In 2009 the turnover rate for all nursing facility employees was 40%, in 2010 35%, in 2011 45%, in 2012 median of 50% of RN’S . It is hypothesized that the high increase in turnover in Nursing Facilities is do RNs moving from these facilties to hospital jobs. (American Health Care Association Staffing Report 2009-2013)

 

82% of hospitals say their annual RN attrition is between 1% and 20% with an average of 14%. Recruiting costs for hospitals represents 1% of RN labor costs.  (www.ere.net)

 

The typical New Hire orientation and training program runs 233 hours. (www.ere.net)

 

It takes an average of 37 days to fill a permanent RN position

(www.ere.net)

 

“The average hours of orientation and training for a nurse from Caring Nurses Staffing Agency are between 4 and 28 hours Total!”