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The Cost

What's the cost of burnout?

Employee Turnover is Expensive

Stressed and burnt out employees experience much lower job satisfaction and are more likely to look for new employment. The highest risk to capability in healthcare is employee turnover causing short staffed hospital units. Burnt out employees leave and recruiting, hiring, and training new providers is expensive.

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A worker gets overwhelmed
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They burn out

The Cycle

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The work load is passed on
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It takes time and finance to hire and train a new employee
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A new worker joins to pick up the workload
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The work is overwhelming

The Great
Resignation

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The other workers have to do extra work
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A worker burns out and leave

Stress and Burnout - The real costs

Employee Turnover

The average cost to hire a new physician is $150,000 – $250,000. The estimated cost to hire a new nurse is $50,000. These are the real savings available when you reduce turnover by one single employee. Compare that with the price of Rejuvenation Station at $14,995 or Rejuvenation Go at $4,995.

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Annual Post-Covid Burnout

Annual Cost of Burnout in Healthcare

Annual Reputation of Companies with Burnout