Ask them questions on how to fix the problems what can they can do to make it better not to leave . make it personal.
Listen carefully to thier needs. Not only to reciepient but to the provider too!
Reassess management and require accountability; especially if I see that there is excessive staff turnover or difficulty retaining personnel in certain areas; continual staff/management training in recruitment and retention
Answered - Nurse Consultant (Former Employee) - CMS at Federal building downtown Atl
Get that degree!
Answered - Economic Support Specialist (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Retiring from federal service is an individual choice. I don't believe there's an incentive to encourage one to stay
Answered - Administrative Officer (Former Employee) - Silver Spring, MD
Stop putting employees on the recall list after the get off medical leave.
Answered - Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) - Lansing, MI
Match providers with patients
Answered - CA - Admin Assistant (Former Employee) - Napa, CA
Care about the employees because they have families too
Answered - Texas Work Advisor III (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Answered - Maintenance (Former Employee) - Raleigh, NC