Senior living communities seeking to increase the number of people applying for open caregiver positions can learn a lesson from the data-crunchers at Textio.
Members of the public have until Feb. 9 to comment on proposed guidance announced by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Tuesday to address unlawful workplace harassment.
Worker-owned cooperatives could offer a solution to caregiver shortages in aging services, according to a recently published case study.
The senior living industry has been among the top industries for post-recession job creation, and employment in the industry continues to increase, although the overall rate of growth is slowing, according to a new report from Argentum.
Can an onsite daycare center help attract and keep workers at a senior living community in a competitive market? A Minnesota operator hopes so.
California's highest court has offered clarification on employee-break requirements. But this is hardly a limited dispute. In fact, the largely unfavorable ruling just might have implications for senior living operators nationwide.
Employers that do not make and maintain accurate records of employee injuries and illnesses can be cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for up to six months after the five-year record-retention period expires, according to a new rule that becomes effective Jan. 18.
Several regulatory issues remain unresolved for senior living operators as 2017 begins.
A very strong alignment exists between what millennials want in their work lives and what we can offer.
As 2017 began, the minimum wage increased in 19 states. It will increase in two more in July. Several cities hiked their hourly rates as well, although one state prohibited cities from enacting rates that exceed the state level.