Guest Columns: The economics of sastisfaction in long-term care

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Evidence-based research delivers new staff retention tools to nursing homes
Evidence-based research delivers new staff retention tools to nursing homes
The economic downturn has had differing effects on long-term care stakeholders. While residents are less satisfied with their environments, employees are more pleased. To read the column, click here.
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