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.
Most organizations would dramatically trim turnover overnight by adopting a coaching mindset and eliminating annual reviews.
One senior living employee has the keys to a new car as the result of an incentive contest at his employer. The senior living organization, however, appears to have found a key to engaging employees to reduce turnover and increase satisfaction.
A new campaign offers 60 new ideas to help address the caregiving crisis in senior living.
A Virginia senior living operator is offering a new benefit to workers with at least 20 years of service: free care at their places of employment after retirement.
Across the country, the percentage of workers who belonged to unions decreased 0.4 percentage points from 2015 to 2016, according to new data from the Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Human capital management software company OnShift has introduced its new OnShift Engage cloud-based software, designed to help increase staff satisfaction and employee engagement to improve organizational performance.
Oral arguments have been scheduled to begin March 9 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.
Louisville, KY-based Trilogy Health Services is committing $50,000 to fund six annual scholarships to encourage undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Southern Indiana to pursue clinical and nonclinical careers in assisted living and memory care communities, skilled nursing facilities and other settings serving older adults.
State regulations are hindering the ability of nurse practitioners to help meet the increasing demand for the care of older adults who live at assisted living communities or at home, according to researchers.