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Senior living is recovering from COVID’s darkest days, but one nagging problem persists and might even be getting worse.
Our nation is struggling to address two significant challenges. One concerns too few people. The other, too many.
The Labor Department isn’t out to make the lives of senior living operators miserable. But some days, it can sure feel that way.
There’s no doubt we are witnessing both evolution and revolution in senior living. Perhaps as never before, operators will have good reason to kick up their heels.
Few things are causing more provider angst than the federal government’s newly hatched plan to implement minimum staffing requirements for nursing homes.
As never before in recent memory, employees are in a position to challenge their employers for higher pay, better benefits and clearly defined career paths.
Transitioning to healthcare holds the promise of portfolio expansion and new revenues for senior living, but new challenges will arise, too.
Monday marks Labor Day. But given recent developments, many senior living operators might feel as if they are in a labor daze.
Things are looking up for senior living operators, but they are anything but out of the woods. In fact, three challenges remain very much in the picture.
Senior living operators might be excused for feeling as if there is a big ol’ target on their backs these days.