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Sam Lawn writes for P3 Pharmacy on staff retention

According to recent research by Microsoft, up to 54% of Generation Z workers, and 41% of the entire global workforce, could be considering handing in their resignation. 

Undoubtedly, any shortage of talent may affect small and medium-sized pharmacies the most, as they may not be able to compete with some of the more competitive remuneration packages offered by larger companies. However, increasing salary budgets is not the only way to improve retention. Differentiating yourself from the competition and showing an awareness of market changes can work too.

Sam Lawn, Associate, outlines some options pharmacy owners might consider when seeking to improve their staff retention rates, for example:

  • Competitive benefit schemes
  • Internal mobility and training
  • Hybrid working arrangements

Read the full article here.

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