Onboarding Employees to Ensure Retention 

Thursday, August 11, 2022
1 hour

To no one’s surprise, the workforce shortage exacerbated by recent events is affecting every healthcare organization. However, the way you hire, train, and engage employees has a monumental impact on their engagement and retention. Developing the right workplace culture from day one is a continual process. Starting now will ensure your organization reduces the churn that is only predicted to get worse as experienced professionals retire and younger employees enter the workforce.  

Join Vince Baiera, BSN, Principal of Post-Acute Care at Relias, as we investigate the steps your organization can take to attract, nurture, and retain employees. Additionally, see what low-cost incentives you can offer to recognize and reward your employees, building the supportive atmosphere today’s employees desire.  

Learning objectives:

  • See what traits younger candidates are looking for in their employers to attract more applicants
  • Learn the best practices when onboarding employees new to healthcare
  • Gain insight into inexpensive perks you can offer your staff to increase retention

Vince Baiera, BSN

Principal of Post-Acute Care

Vince Baiera started his career at The Cleveland Clinic and Duke University Hospital as a cardiothoracic ICU nurse. Moving on to work as a traveling ICU nurse, Baiera worked in more than 15 hospitals across the U.S. and US Virgin Islands. He went on to become the lead faculty member at Central Nursing College, a one-year, accelerated LPN school. After years of consulting, Baiera switched to the business side of healthcare and now strives to make a measurable difference working with organizations to solve their biggest problems around staffing, retention, and patient care. Baiera is also an international best-selling coauthor of The Nurses Guide To Innovation, which teaches nurses how to develop and launch their business and product ideas. Baiera is also the founder of step2health, which offers proprietary assist devices for seniors to help them reduce their risk of falls and age in place. The step2health products are sold nationwide with partners like Walmart, Lowes, Amazon, CVS, Walgreens, and more. Vince currently lives in San Diego and is married and has twin boys.