Healthcare HR directors are constantly under pressure to deliver a first-rate workforce. Contributing to this pressure is employee turnover—one of the most costly issues for HR managers, which manifests itself in two ways. One relates to new nurses fresh out of school that must be trained and oriented. Turnover rates for these new nurses is a substantial problem. The second issue relates to seasoned nurses that leave the hospital for other opportunities. This tendency has been exacerbated recently by the improvement in the economy, which normally provides more opportunities for change among healthcare professionals. Is your Organization a Revolving Door?