If it’s any consolation, you no longer walk alone. At least, not on the labor front.
Learn how to adapt staffing strategies during Sept. 23 webinar
Sep 01, 2021
Experienced workforce professionals will share their latest take on managing labor shortages during a Sept. 23 McKnight’s webinar.
Labor help you can’t believe in
Aug 23, 2021
Elon Musk is apparently not satisfied with disrupting the transportation, space exploration and telecommunications sectors. Now he is setting his sights on long-term care.
The Haddits have left the building
Jul 12, 2021
We’re seeing some unusual developments as long-term care recovers.
Nothing great about these resignations
Jul 06, 2021
Thanks largely to a COVID-19 vaccine, more people are returning to their places of employment. But maybe not for long.
When one dangerous compromise leads to another
James M. Berklan
Jun 28, 2021
Sometimes providers are backed into a corner and must do non-preferred things. But the big question becomes what’s the next step after the first concession?
Nothing easy or peasy about this double squeezy
Jun 21, 2021
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.
For long-term care operators, every day is Labor Day
Sep 04, 2018
Hope you had a nice Labor Day. For most of the country, it comes around once a year. But if you are leading a long-term care organization, it’s pretty much an everyday event.
House reform bill could cost more than 700,000 healthcare jobs: report
Jun 22, 2017
About 725,000 healthcare jobs could be lost over the next decade as a result of the pending House GOP healthcare bill, according to analysts.
Judge puts pending overtime rule on hold
Nov 23, 2016
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted a preliminary injunction against a pending overtime rule that would have increased overtime pay eligibility for most long-term care employees.