The pandemic up-ended how we think about where work gets done. Now organizations need to look forward to what this means for the future.
Cleveland Clinic introduced a flexible, team-based approach to nursing care that spreads the workload to more hands during the busiest times.
Not all jobs require college degrees. Cleveland Clinic is part of the emerging degree reset, examining all its job opportunities and prioritizing skills over degrees where it makes sense.
A Cleveland Clinic strategic workforce expert says today’s HR teams should be asking forward-looking questions: What skills will our workers need in five years? What technology will they be using? Are we equipped to handle unanticipated changes or crises?
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Due in part to a unique infrastructure model along with consistent communication at all levels, Cleveland Clinic was able to remain agile in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cleveland Clinic leaders developed two programs that allow non-licensed employees to take shifts helping their licensed colleagues on hospital units. They’re making a difference.
Cleveland Clinic is committed to increasing local hires to 17% of total employees by 2022. It’s made significant strides toward that goal through several initiatives, from community embedment to neighborhood canvassing.
Pandemic experience informs thinking on how to build strength and flexibility into nursing systems
Cleveland Clinic’s workforce strategies chief offers advice for embracing the transition to permanent remote workforce solutions models.