Pay cna better leave them on the unit they work the best on. Team work nurses jump in to help and not boss them around all the time bc to me its the patient that comes frist in everything that need to be done
Adequate staffing based upon acuity and needs of the clients.
Pay the employees what they worth not what ceo's thinks they are worth...poor pay bring poor quality of work in which it leads to short staff bedsores and ij and k tags from the State
Help fix the problems
Leave people on the unit they enjoy working on.
Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Hickory, NC
Increase ratio staff to residents.
Change the ratio of residents per nurse and cna by hiring enough staff.
Answered - LVN Charge Nurse (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Show my workers compassion. Help with the workload. Actually work the floor so I know what's going on, not bark orders or tell aides to do things I'm not willing to do myself
Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Broomall, PA
Wow, ok EASY..... I would love to hear the D.O.N and even the Administrator call the nurses and rcs' by their names. To stop and ask how their day is going? How or what can make their day a better one? Maybe stop and mention something that nurse/rcs did that day that makes them stand out, pay the employee a compliment and feel special.
I've been a nurse for 28+ years and a simple compliment, a praise and or maybe answering a call light, helping with a transfer or just listen for 5 min will help get your staff behind you.
Employees get tired!! I think I would be AWESOME for the DON and Administrator to stand at the exit doors and hand out ice cold drinks and say "thank you (name)" maybe every 2 weeks.
Make Our Job great
Start all over, replace the Administrator and top management