The senior living field likes to think of itself as high-touch, not high-tech. But it appears that one tech company is offering a labor management blueprint many operators soon may emulate.
The percentage includes more than 214,000 workers, said the authors, from Harvard Medical School and Hunter College of the City University of New York.
Industry groups representing senior living organizations say they generally support the federal government’s proposed salary threshold of $35,308 under which executive, administrative, professional and certain other employees would be eligible for overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours in a week. They still have concerns, however.
From a labor relations standpoint, the past few years have been extremely kind to senior living operators. But a new bill in Congress might turn things around.
The competitive hiring market means employers across industries need to be more strategic about their hiring efforts – and your senior living organization can do the same.
PARTNER CONTENT: For senior housing operators, the number one challenge is often recruiting staff. At Argentum in April, Doug Johnson, CEO of Jobalign, explained how the right technology can attract, engage and connect with today’s jobseeker to accelerate the hiring process.
Multi-site senior living organizations are more likely to offer bonuses to C-suite executives than are single-site organizations, according to the results of a new poll from specialty bank Ziegler.
First-year senior living employees are 7.5% more highly engaged than employees who have been with an organization for more than a year, according to new data from Wrightsville, PA-based employee engagement research and consulting firm Holleran.