We are hearing much about how the future of senior living will be different. Buildings will be less virus friendly, ventilation systems will improve, infection control practices will get better and marketing messages will change, according to the experts. But there are two looming challenges that we’re not hearing much about: labor and lawsuits.
Staffing and equipment reductions ordered by the new postmaster general have significantly slowed mail-order drug deliveries, according to a new report from Senate Democrats.
The Service Employees International Union has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over dues deduction practices that affect home care workers.
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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has sued Kindred at Home’s parent company, alleging disability discrimination and retaliation against a worker.