A new white paper from Argentum shows a potentially large financial benefit for senior living operators that reduce employee turnover.
Times may be challenging for long-term care providers right now, but opportunities exist to help determine the future of the industry, leaders of the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living told annual meeting attendees Monday.
Senior living operators and association officials discussed major trends facing operators Monday at the American Health Care Association / National Center for Assisted Living convention, and it didn’t take long for clear themes to emerge.
NCAL Day speakers think something other than occupancy should be operators’ top priority.
As if staffing weren’t enough of a senior living challenge, two fresh developments show it might soon get worse.
Twenty-two of the 40 senior living and care operators named to Fortune’s first-ever “Best Workplaces for Aging Services” list, released Thursday, are especially active in senior living as evidenced by their membership in either Argentum or the National Center for Assisted Living.
Let me share two stories that encapsulate what we do that is special and different at our senior living communities and why we recently were honored for that.
SPECIAL REPORT: Senior Star earned the top spot among senior living-dominant operators ranked in the first-ever “Best Workplaces for Aging Services” list published by Fortune magazine this morning.
A Wisconsin senior living operator is reaching beyond U.S. borders for fresh ideas of how to tackle some of the industry’s biggest challenges, from rehospitalizations to human resources management to marketing, dining and appropriate service mix.
A senior living operator or other employer would be defined as a “joint employer” of another company’s workers only if it “possesses and exercises substantial, direct and immediate control over the essential terms and conditions of employment and has done so in a manner that is not limited and routine,” under a proposed rule announced Thursday by the National Labor Relations Board.
I met Maria in a coffee line. We both work in senior living, but our day jobs hardly could be more different.
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A Wisconsin senior living operator is piloting a program it hopes other providers ultimately will be able to replicate to address workforce shortages across the country.
OnShift has introduced text message-based software to help senior living communities in their recruiting efforts.
In the workforce, everyone is becoming more like millennials, not the other way around.
Monday will be Labor Day. This may be as good a time as any to size up the state of labor in senior living.
Perhaps senior living organizations should focus more on proving better bosses than better pay?
Those who regularly work night shifts know it can throw off their body clocks. But a new study suggests the consequences can be far more severe.
The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division will hold several listening sessions around the country to gather feedback and ideas related to its planned update of the federal overtime pay rule, the division announced Monday
Employees believe that time away from work has positive effects for them, according to a new survey, but those effects can be short-lived without employer support.