Why Gen X makes it Four Generations Now Working in Clinical Pathology Laboratories

Managing a multi-generation medical laboratory workforce is a daunting challenge Here’s a challenge that’s unique in the modern history of medical laboratory management and operations. There are now four different generations of workers employed in clinical laboratories and pathology groups around the nation! Experts tell us that each generation has a unique set of preferences, work ethics, and personal goals. Thus, a specific management initiative that typically motivates one generation may...

Market Demand for Top-Performing Pathologists Means Higher Compensation

Number of Employee Pathologists Grows Even as Private Pathology Groups Do Well Demand for pathologists is strong and growing. That’s good for the profession, but makes it more challenging for labs and pathology groups to recruit top talent. Lots of bidders for the best pathology talent means that skilled pathologists-particularly those with subspecialty expertise-are commanding more money and richer compensation and benefits packages. “In certain respects, it is a boom time in...
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