In this week’s edition of Allied Health Insights, we’re looking at what allied health professionals want from their employers, as part of our Allied Health Employee Lifecycle series.
We know that salary is not the primary motivating factor for employees to take on an allied health role. In fact, it seems that allied health practitioners are largely motivated by wanting to make a difference, to have an interesting work environment, and to have the opportunity to grow professionally. Understanding these drivers as an employer can help you attract, recruit, and retain the staff your organization needs.
For our ongoing A to Z of Allied Health series, we’re examining the chiropractic profession, covering professional education requirements, regulatory frameworks, how it was affected by the COVID pandemic, and much more.