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I met Maria in a coffee line. We both work in senior living, but our day jobs hardly could be more different.
Monday will be Labor Day. This may be as good a time as any to size up the state of labor in senior living.
If your monetary options are limited, then how do you sweeten the proverbial pot?
So what’s to be done when you need employees who are better trained and more loyal?
While you are hammering away at spreadsheets, emails and other matters that just can’t wait, you may be slowly, but surely, becoming less connected.
A new strategy could result in a “motivated, energized, stimulated, loyal” senior living workforce. And it’s pretty simple to implement.
What do the latest numbers from the Labor Department mean for you as a senior living operator? Perhaps the least painful answer is that this is a time of challenge and opportunity.
You might want to consider keeping your trustworthy workers as far away as possible from those with bad intent.
Perhaps it’s too soon to call 2018 the Golden Age of Senior Living. Then again, maybe it’s not.
The labor challenges that senior living operators discuss are part of a larger problem that generally is ignored.