Far too many of the US workforce, especially in areas such as healthcare and the service industry, have little to no paid vacation time or sick leave.
A notable anniversary took place when the Social Security program recently turned 78. People often disagree about how well this program has worked and whether it should be allowed to continue. But any provider who sees the program as less than a blessing sorely needs to stop looking into this horse's mouth.
Nursing homes may see more same-gender married couples in the near future in light of federal regulators' first guidance in response to a recent change in the Defense of Marriage Act.
Long-term care makes ADP's list of industries most challenged by upcoming health benefits requirementsMarch 08, 2013
Long-term care is one of seven employment sectors likely to see significant challenges based on health benefits requirements in the Affordable Care Act, according to payroll services provider ADP.
Key skilled nursing facility managers saw small salary increases in 2012, according to new figures released Tuesday. The raises signal slow, steady economic improvement, say organizers of the survey, the largest of its kind.
Who ever thought that caregivers would need to come out of the closet and be accepted? It's true.
As a Human Resources pro, Traci Hawkins is no stranger to the paperwork headaches that typically accompany staff management.
The wages and benefits for the direct-care workforce in long-term care "continue to be woefully inadequate," according to a new Fact Sheet analysis from home-health worker advocacy group PHI.
Newly introduced legislation in the Senate would lift a lifetime cap on Medicare benefits for inpatient mental health services.