Our top articles for November include an interview with Alexi Nazem of Nomad Health on how technology is impacting the staffing industry, insights into why 36% of workers are considering leaving their employer, and an article about The Conference Board’s projection of slowing job growth in the months ahead.
#1. Alexi Nazem, Co-Founder and CEO at Nomad Health, on Technology’s Impact on the Staffing Industry
Alexi Nazem, Co-Founder and CEO at Nomad Health, joined The Staffing Show to talk about how reducing friction in the application process is key to addressing understaffing in the healthcare industry. He also talks about his previous work as a physician and how having a philosophy of service has impacted his life.
#2. Jeff Beckmann, CFO of LRS Healthcare, on the Importance of Patience and Adaptability in Staffing
Jeff Beckmann, CFO of LRS Healthcare, talked to David Folwell about making the shift from accounting to the staffing industry. He also talks about the concept of “level setting” as it relates to the future of staffing, and he shares how taking care of employees can have a positive impact on clients.
Almost 4 in 10 (36%) of workers are considering leaving their employer this year. This is up nearly 10 percentage points from last year. Top factors causing employees to leave are insufficient pay, burnout due to a demanding workload, and insufficient healthcare benefits.
Eric Gregg, CEO and Co-Founder of ClearlyRated, joined The Staffing Show to talk about the importance of Net Promoter Score (NPS). This score can be instrumental in building professional relationships and meaningful business strategies. Gregg also shares a personal experience where he learned the impact of showing care to customers.
The Conference Board Employee Trends Index fell to 119.57 in October from 120.73 in September. Frank Steemers, Senior Economist at The Conference Board, shared that job growth will continue over the next few months but at a slower pace. The Conference Board is predicting a U.S. recession at the end of the year, followed by a jump in the unemployment rate in the new year.