Argentum has added Careers in Caring to its Senior Living Works website.
Another day, another confirmation of why senior living has a serious labor problem on its hands.
Residential care settings such as assisted living communities will need to fill more than 1.2 million direct care jobs over the next decade, including new jobs and positions that become available as existing workers leave the field or the labor force, according to a report released Tuesday.
Employers would be subject to additional requirements under bills at the national and state level that aim to protect older workers from age discrimination.
Digital marketing may be the answer to the major challenges affecting senior living in 2020.
Argentum has launched a new senior living leadership development initiative and is accepting nominations for participants from upper-level executives who are among the organization’s owner/operator members.
Senior living industry companies and other types of firms that use temporary workers or contractors through staffing agencies now have some clarification as to when they have minimum wage and overtime pay obligations for particular workers.
As the decade turns over, should this milestone also serve as a call to action for senior living organizations to commit to a new normal?
Federal government challenges ‘conscience rule’ court decisions … Real estate development start-up eyes growth in senior living … Labor Department issues opinion letters covering overtime pay, medical leave
The top five types of ageist behavior in American occur in the workplace, according to a new survey.
Like never before, senior living and care organizations are facing a time of great uncertainty. These trends will have significant bearing within the senior living space.
As 2020 begins, the senior living industry is preparing for the changing needs and wants of current and future residents as workforce and occupancy issues continue to challenge operators, according to leaders of several organizations serving providers, who shared their thoughts with McKnight’s Senior Living.
In total, a record-high 72 jurisdictions will increase their minimum wages sometime in 2020.
For many senior living operators, offering perks such as gym memberships or discretionary bonuses can get tricky. That’s because confusion often abounds about possible overtime provisions that might get triggered. A final Labor Department regulation released Thursday promises new clarity.
Staffing, compliance requirements and resident service are the top three concerns facing senior living operators today, according to a wide-ranging report by software management firm Dude Solutions.
Immigration must be part of the solution to address the shortage of paid caregivers and other long-term care workers in the United States, according to policy recommendations formally released Thursday by LeadingAge.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said he expects the nation’s labor market to remain strong in the months ahead.
The first days on the job for senior living hires and other workers can leave a bit to be desired, a new survey finds. More than half (59%) experience a mishap during the onboarding process, according to a survey sponsored by Accountemps.
When it comes to finding and keeping workers, are you getting the word out about what sets senior living apart from the Amazons and Costcos of the world?
Mention the baby boomer-related demographic forces that could be a boon for senior living operators in the coming years, and most minds in the industry turn to prospective residents. Two recent reports, however, suggest that baby boomers of traditional retirement age offer an opportunity of a different sort right now.