SullivanCotter addresses executive compensation in pediatric hospitals via a recent pulse survey

In the current marketplace for talent, executive compensation in pediatric hospitals is growing increasingly complex as recruitment and retention challenges mount. Organizations remain concerned about burnout among experienced leaders, planned and unanticipated resignations, greater search firm activity, employment opportunities outside the health care industry, and remote work presenting more non-traditional employment opportunities.

SullivanCotter recently conducted a pulse survey to help pediatric hospitals understand how their peers are addressing 2022 executive salary increase budgets and incentive awards for FY2021 performance.

It also highlights other actions these organizations are taking to support executive recruitment and retention.



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