Interviews

Late-career leverage: Upheaval spells opportunity

Late-career leverage: Upheaval spells opportunity

Whatever the situation, "experienced" long-term care leaders looking for work need to understand that the landscape is different.

Caring means remembering the 'who'

Caring means remembering the 'who'

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I have read two things that really got me thinking how it's imperative we have to know "who" our residents are. Not by disease or condition, but by their history.

The oddest job interview questions

The oddest job interview questions

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You know it is not going to go well when the person you're interviewing starts off by asking, "How much work can I miss before I get fired?" You ever have one of those? Yet that's probably not the worst I've heard.

Terminations without litigation in the long-term care industry

Terminations without litigation in the long-term care industry

In today's litigious work environment, nursing home employers face increasingly large monetary exposure when contemplating or effectuating terminations of employees. In this three part series, we begin by looking at proper workplace investigations as a predicate to terminations.