I bring you some of the striking tidbits from frantically filed notes on the road that might or might not have already seen the light of day. Some of this is just too good not to share, or share again.
Strolling with an adorable dog through my neighborhood at twilight last night was an eerie journey into the macabre. The neighbors’ yards have been scary for weeks — there’s an election going on, after all. But now the creepy dial was cranked to 11.
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.
AMN Healthcare’s Survey of Millennial Nurses: A Dynamic Influence on the Profession looked at those nurses between ages 19 to 36 when compared to baby boomer nurses or Generation X (ages 37 to 53).
The chief executive of a struggling skilled care provider is cutting his own position, after 18 years on the job, in a bid to keep the home afloat.
As someone who has close to 20 years of long-term care recruitment experience and who has personally worked as a nursing home administrator, I understand how important culture is when making the right hire. The first step in creating the right culture is matching the best candidates with your beliefs.