The federal government is urging providers to get staff vaccinated against COVID-19. The major trade groups in this field are doing the same.
Workplace scheduling as we knew it will never again be the same. Could we be seeing a four-day work week in long-term care sometime soon?
Here we go again. Just when it appeared we could crawl out from under the pandemic, along comes a more destructive mutation.
It’s probably time for many providers to start to forego familiar habits to realize their full potential.
We’re seeing some unusual developments as long-term care recovers.
Thanks largely to a COVID-19 vaccine, more people are returning to their places of employment. But maybe not for long.
It’s hardly a news flash that long-term care has a labor shortage. These days, it’s a pretty rare facility that doesn’t have openings.
There’s no reason to wonder if you think operators seem to be a bit tense and morose lately as they look to the future.
Beware the bullish expert. You never know what they’ve sharpened their “horns” on.
For many operators, arbitration agreements are surely one of the best things to happen in a long time.
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