This fact sheet is about the goal of improving staff stability within long-term care facilities. Most nursing homes measure how long their staff continues to work for them. They also measure how often staff leaves. Nursing homes that keep good staff working longer in the same positions have more
stable staff. This “staff stability” promotes more consistent, higher quality care. Homes with higher staff turnover rates tend to face many challenges in this regard.

Further explanations of the topic include:

  • What is staff stability?
  • Why is staff stability important?
  • What are the challenges of retaining staff?
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Consumer Fact Sheet: Improve Staff Stability




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