For years, healthcare organizations have dedicated time and resources to improve employee satisfaction. And, for good reason – according to a recent report by The Conference Board, less than half keep reading >
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Whether working on a construction site, in a manufacturing site or in a cubicle, employees are constantly overexerting their muscles. The daily wear and tear leaves workers in pain and keep reading >
Nurses are known for working long shifts, and during the holidays this can increase. Since many full-time nurses take holiday benefit time around the end of the year, facilities rely on per diem staff and any remaining nurses to fill the void, which can mean overtime and double-shifts. This increase in hours can lead to sleep deprivation, poor nutrition and fatigue. Worse yet, it can result in a decrease in patient safety. But there a few ways that facilities can prevent or lessen nurse fatigue.