LeadingAge has launched a new effort to help members and state affiliates solve issues related to recruiting and retaining workers, the organization announced Wednesday.
Informed discussion and smart immigration policies are needed as policymakers and leaders in senior living and long-term care increasingly see lawful and undocumented immigrants as a solution to workforce needs, according to a new research brief by PHI.
Medicaid cuts proposed under the American Health Care Act could result in the loss of up to 713,000 direct-care jobs to provide long-term services and supports, according to a report released Thursday by LeadingAge and the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation at Community Catalyst.
An event happening next week is worthy of your most valuable asset — your time.
McKnight's Senior Living's inaugural online expo will be next Tuesday, June 20. The event will include three webinars and a virtual trade show. Those who attend the free event can earn up to three continuing education credits.
Senior living organizers gained a regulatory victory Wednesday when the Labor Department announced it was rescinding an expanded "joint employer" rule.
Dementia, falls prevention and staffing will be the topics of three separate webinars during the McKnight's Senior Living Expo 2017 on June 20. Participants in the free event can earn up to three continuing education credits.
First Realty Management Co. and seven Legacy Senior Living communities it operates in the Rochester, NY, area will pay $328,000 to settle claims that several employees were underpaid between 2010 and 2014, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Thursday.
The harsh reality is that finding the right person to run any senior living organization is hardly an exact science.
Many challenges faced by assisted living communities in a populous state can be attributed to staffing requirements that have not kept pace with resident needs that are increasing in acuity, according to a new report.