What does a recent Labor Department ruling against the Walt Disney Co. have to do with your senior living organization? Hopefully, not a thing.
Finding and keeping the right workers was rated the top concern among nearly 200 senior living leaders who contributed to a new Perkins Eastman survey.
Oral arguments are set to begin Thursday in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit as Browning-Ferris Industries looks to overturn a 2015 decision by the National Labor Relations Board that changed the standard for determining joint employer status. The outcome could affect senior living operators that use temporary or contract workers or have franchises.
Long-term services and supports providers, Medicaid beneficiaries and professional caregivers would suffer if the bill that Republicans in the House of Representatives proposed Monday to replace the Affordable Care Act becomes law as written, according to organizations advocating for senior living operators and workers.
If you want to lessen employee turnover, then address employee burnout, according to a recent survey.
China's Cindat plans to buy $2 billion of U.S. senior care homes ... CMS nominee Verma moves toward confirmation ... Average salary increase for multi-facility long-term care CEOs is $25,000 ... Proposed Omaha development would be health-focused, multigenerational, walkable ... FDA, European Commission agree to mutually recognize inspections of medicine production sites ... High-dose vaccine better at preventing deaths in seniors in bad flu seasons
No one-size-fits-all approach to attracting or retaining talent exists, but some of the solutions we are deploying focus on the learning opportunities and education that we provide to employees.
National consulting firm Holleran has awarded "highest honors" to four senior living operators for the scores they achieved in employee and resident engagement studies conducted by the company in 2016.
New research reveals a few changes that operators could make to appeal to potential employees.
Congress and the new administration should prioritize addressing the "regulatory overreach" that has occurred via the National Labor Relations Board for the past eight years, Argentum President and CEO James Balda wrote in a letter to the leaders of the House Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions.