5 warning signs employees aren't engaged

Engaged employees are vital to the success of healthcare organizations. So it's important that leaders identify unengaged workers who might bring down morale. Becker's Hospital Review recently interviewed three healthcare executives to learn the warning signs that they look for to determine whether an employee is less than fully engaged. Among the red flags: Individuals who are unusually silent or withdraw from conversations and meetings; employees who complain about the same problem time and time again even though the situation has been addressed; an increase in the number of absences from work; a negative attitude; and an increase in medical errors. Article

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