Thursday, July 15, 2021

Advocacy and Awareness in the Work place

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 Become an ADVOCATE in your work place

By: M.B.Varville-Rodriguez


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Reality check for companies who do not recognize current employees, hire new workers at a higher pay rate than more experienced/current workers, give sign-on bonuses when they cannot "afford" to compensate current staff, prefer to spend money on the new hire process when they could invest in their current staff and keep them versus losing them to others who will better compensate them...I could go on. There is often a stunning lack of awareness for long-term goals versus short-term solutions. Wondering why you are losing staff, unable to meet state guidelines, and keep your census up? Not listening to what your employees have to say about safety concerns? That's on you. Unable to advocate for your staff but wish you could? Hire someone to provide a detailed action plan and figure out a timeline for improvements. Your seasoned staff can be your lifeline. Look at their skills. Involve them in the process. Let them see you want to change. Your actions speak clearly. What is the message that is being projected? If your staff isn't able to speak on your behalf or market your program, you're destined to fail. (Disclaimer: I am not referring to any company that is currently on my profile. I am very happy with my current employer and see the value in being supported.) I have experience creating timelines for improvement, evaluating employee concerns, and establishing marketing strategies. I can be reached at: and for commissioned work. #marketing #leadership #safety #change #healthcare #mentalhealthcare #worldofwritermomrecommends #MHTlife

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