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April 18, 2022

Weekly review: Is it Covid-19—or just allergies? Here's CDC's guide to telling the difference.

Daily Briefing

    What workers value more than their salaries, hospital CEOs voice support for frontline teams, and more.

    What do workers value more than their salaries? (Monday, April 11)

    Roughly half of workers would take a pay cut of 2% or 5% if they could meet at least one "non-financial goal" that improved their work experience, according to the latest LinkedIn Workforce Confidence survey. Advisory Board's Kate Vonderhaar Johnson explains why these findings should compel health care leaders to take three actions to retain and attract candidates.

    Is it Covid-19—or just allergies? Here's CDC's guide to telling the difference. (Tuesday, April 12)

    With the arrival of spring, many people may mistakenly believe symptoms of seasonal allergies are Covid-19—and vice versa. See the tips offered by CDC and other health experts on how to distinguish between the two conditions.

    '50 best workplaces to grow your career,' according to LinkedIn (Wednesday, April 13)

    LinkedIn released its sixth annual ranking of the "50 best workplaces to grow your career," recognizing companies that invest in their employees by helping them build careers that will be successful long-term. See which health care companies made the list.

    2 hospital CEOs voice support for frontline teams (Thursday, April 14)

    Following the conviction of former nurse RaDonda Vaught, who was found guilty of two felonies after a 2017 medical error resulted in the death of a patient, two hospital CEOs in Becker's Hospital Review have voiced their support for staff who are "deeply troubled" by the conviction.

    America's worsening STD surge, mapped (Friday, April 15)

    Rates of sexually transmitted diseases dropped early in 2020 before surging towards the end of the year, with rates of gonorrhea and syphilis rising higher than 2019 levels, according to CDC data. See the trends on our state-by-state maps.

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