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It was a bit stunning to hear it finally said in public by an industry official.
If senior living wants to avoid the poor reputation so prevalent across skilled care, it must get serious about keeping its house in order. The most obvious way to do this is a two-step approach.
How will senior living soon change? Two ways: more handouts and buyouts.
COVID-19’s renaissance is forcing many senior living operators to consider a move that could easily backfire.
We soon could find ourselves dealing with a whole new kind of lost generation. One that’s made up of the very workers your organization will presumably need to dig out.
In some ways, COVID has become too convenient of a target.
It’s not exactly a secret that the field could do a better job of luring good candidates and making sure they do their jobs well. So why isn’t that happening? In a word, economics.
Recent news may be good for Walmart. But maybe it’s not so good for you.
I wonder how many in this sector have the guts to to do what Dick Butkus did: Bring their A game every day, knowing full well that it’s not going to be anywhere near enough?
It’s a great irony of senior living that while we are surrounded by people nearing the end of their journey, we don’t tend to think much about our own.