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Recruitment and Retention Strategies: A New Era of Swifties
Episode 926th April 2024 • Fit For Duty • Larry Earl, MD
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In this episode of Fit for Duty, host Dr. Larry Earl, president of the National Association of Occupational Health Professionals, is joined by Dena Kirk, an occupational therapist and director for Occupational Medicine and Outpatient Rehab Services at Southern Illinois Health, highlights effective recruitment and retention strategies in occupational medicine post-pandemic.

They discuss the importance of understanding employee values beyond salary, adapting management styles for work-life balance, and fostering a positive organizational culture. The episode also covers innovative retention strategies, including flexible work hours and involving team members in decision-making processes, to build stronger, healthier, and more productive workplaces.

Key Topics:

* Welcome to Fit for Duty: Unveiling Occupational Health

* Spotlight on Dena Kirk: A Journey in Occupational Medicine

* Deep Dive into Recruitment and Retention Strategies

* Exploring the New Era of Workplace Flexibility and Culture

* Fostering Belonging and Adapting to Generational Shifts

* Innovative Approaches to Employee Engagement and Retention

* Closing Thoughts on Recruitment, Retention, and Workplace Culture

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