RNs, building leaders bank major pay gains in 2023
Nov 07, 2023
Salaries for nursing home leaders continued their upward trajectory this year, with many facilities responding to staffing shortfalls by increasing pay more rapidly than in the past and sometimes tacking...
Pay increases for physical therapists returning to pre-pandemic levels: report
Jessica R. Towhey
Sep 27, 2023
Physical therapists in long-term care facilities received an average pay increase of 3.7% in 2023, which outpaces increases seen in other healthcare settings serving seniors.
Owner fined $69K for toying with managers’ pay, repeatedly switching job status
Jessica R. Towhey
Feb 09, 2023
The owner of three Michigan nursing homes owes more than $69,000 in back wages after regularly switching the employment status of 45 managers from hourly to salary to evade overtime pay, according to a...
Rising costs squeeze employees, put facilities ‘years behind’: 2022 McKnight’s Mood of the Market
Aug 18, 2022
Nursing home administrators say inflation has most affected costs for nurses and other labor over the last year, but higher charges are also forcing many to close wings, restrict admissions and put off...
Administrators and DONs at ‘breaking points’ in 2022 McKnight’s Mood of the Market
Aug 15, 2022
Nearly 60% of long-term care nurse leaders have seriously considered quitting their jobs in the last three months, a nearly 10-point jump since 2021, according to the fourth annual McKnight’s Mood of...
Nursing home RNs, nurse aides lead with 11 percent pay jumps: new industry survey
Jul 29, 2022
Thanks to the conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, nursing home nurses averaged double-digit pay increases this year, as virtually all titles notched healthy increases, according to the industry’s...
Bonuses, 5.49% salary jump part of soaring costs for CCRC nurse leaders: report
Jul 08, 2022
Costly bonuses remain a key strategy as providers try to find and retain workers amid sharply rising salaries for continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs).
Nurses report glaring gender pay gap, overwork in new survey
Alicia Lasek (f3)
May 12, 2022
Despite an overall increase in salaries, registered nurses report glaring differences in pay and concerns about equity and overwork that could affect already troubled pandemic-era staffing levels.
LTC executives see nearly 3% salary increase in 2021
Feb 10, 2022
Long-term care corporate executives realized an average overall salary increase of 2.67% in 2021, despite the highest ranked among them not seeing increases for the year, according to a new report.
Administrator salaries rise 2.3%, while DON pay jumps 3%, according to industry’s largest independent...
Aug 09, 2021
Despite — or more likely because of — rare pandemic conditions, nursing home top managers and nurse leaders enjoyed significant salary jumps this year. That’s according to results of the industry’s...