Voluntary turnover, particularly in the first year, is a good indicator of an organization’s effectiveness in hiring and assimilating staff. First year turnover in the hospital sector, at 28.3%, is significantly higher than the rest of U.S. industries at 21.5%. After their first year at a hospital, 22.2% of first year nurses leave and for some segments of the hospital workforce, turnover is often over 50%.
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