Long-term care leadership has a diversity problem. Don't believe it? Travel to a national long-term care convention and look around — what do the majority of attendees look like?
It would appear that long-term care executives are shooting themselves in the foot when it comes to hiring.
Having a diverse administrative workforce requires new ideas on the process of training administrators and encouraging organizations to provide those training opportunities.
Long-term care and other healthcare organizations are looking to diversify the membership of their boards of directors, and rightly so. Increasingly, diversity is a cornerstone of board health and success. It is critically important that trustees offer diverse and distinct viewpoints, as well as represent the varied constituencies which they serve
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