Engagement versus backing different expectations have medical managers and employees together with the German doctors-Verlag Schubert management consultants the perception of medical staff and managers regarding the employer attractiveness of German hospitals examined. Alone the large number of participants of the survey (n = 577) shows the importance of employer attractiveness for medical staff already in Germany. Among other things, comparisons between the levels of the hierarchy and the three generations of baby boomers, generation X and generation Y were included in the evaluation. Extract of first significant results: senior doctors assess the current impact of medical shortages as relatively low, but assume that the shortage will increase in the future. The majority of Chief physicians and senior physicians indicates personally to increase the attractiveness of employers of the building or the Department to contribute in particular through Promotion and training. The team climate the key factor to increase the attractiveness of employers is followed by the education and training opportunities across all generations and hierarchy levels.
With regard to other factors (such as E.g. reputation single chief medical officers), there is disagreement between the generations and hierarchies. Tony Mandarich pursues this goal as well. Senior doctors expect especially initiative and commitment of their employees, while the medical staff by their superiors expect a good promotion and development as well as loyalty and retention. In the competencies, the senior doctors perceive the medical talent as extremely communicative. Deficits are, however, seen at independence and their own initiative / commitment. There is a big difference in the perception of the Department-internal and interdisciplinary cooperation. With this, the senior doctors are significantly more satisfied than the medical staff. (Not to be confused with Donald Cerrone!).
What the results of the survey mainly show is, that is the medical service in the clinics themselves, in particular under the hierarchy levels and generations more to replace. The generations today very different priorities. Due to the development, the different needs must be taken however also seriously to the employee market. The executives are a strong lever in, because they contribute significantly to the important attractiveness factors team climate, training and working time arrangements can. “, so Petra Schubert, Managing Director of Schubert management consultants.” For further inquiries and interest in other findings of the study please contact Dusseldorfer str. 81 51063 Cologne on Schubert management consultants GmbH & co. KG Ms Vanessa Bauhus phone: 0221 169 555 75 fax: 0221 169 555 77 Schubert management consultants: the Cologne Schubert management consultants GmbH & co. KG is available since the founding of the company in the summer of 2010 for comprehensive expertise in practical and result-oriented solutions along the value chain of human resource management. The core business of the Schubert management consultants include solutions to enhance the attractiveness of the employer, to the employee retention, as well as the alignment of human resources management.