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BATTLING BURNOUT: On April 26, union nurses and other employees at Women & Infants Hospital protested a new policy preventing front-line caregivers from taking holiday vacation time. The hospital is one of many employers dealing with pandemic-induced staffing shortages. / COURTESY WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL
FEELING THE STRAIN: On April 26, union nurses and other employees at Women & Infants Hospital protested a new policy preventing front-line caregivers from taking holiday vacation time. The hospital is one of many employers dealing with pandemic-induced staffing shortages. / COURTESY WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL
While some businesses have prospered amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many more have struggled through one existential competitive or economic challenge after another. The latest is an extremely tight labor market in many industries and job classifications as employers struggle to manage fallout from the “Great Resignation.” Health care providers are among the employers struggling to…

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