What Works For Me – September 2018

I’ve been a nurse over 37 years, and have been in occupational health nursing over 17 years. I have had, on more than one occasion, lost an employee or coworker unexpectedly to sudden illness, injury, and even death. While we were reeling from the shock of the loss, we were still trying to get the job done, and when someone is taken away without warning that can be a challenge.

To help prevent chaos in the future, we have taken various steps to make turnover easier. These steps include:

Losing a coworker can be difficult, but the way forward can be smoother with some advance preparation.

by Connie Milliff STPNOC HR and Health Services