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Financial Residency

Feb 6, 2024

In California, a healthcare system faced a staffing crisis during the pandemic and resorted to costly temporary nurses. To tackle this, the CEO and team offered $100,000 signing bonuses for new RNs and retention bonuses for existing ones over three years. 

This innovative approach succeeded in retaining staff and reducing reliance on expensive locums. The case underscores the importance of investing in staff and considering retention bonuses as a cost-effective strategy.

As such, healthcare professionals negotiating contracts should explore such options for fair treatment and long-term organizational benefits.

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