'Real' workforce strategies that succeed in LTC: June 7
Lisa Whited, Washington Odd Fellows Home
Workforce challenges in today's senior care market are quite real, and some would say growing. A June 7 McKnight's webinar will reveal strategies that will help providers better compete, with modernized recruitment, management and retention practices.
Lisa Whited, the Human Resources director at the Washington Odd Fellows Home, in Walla Walla, WA, will be the featured speaker. She'll discuss employee-centric strategies that her 5-star rated community has implemented to boost satisfaction, control costs and maintain a high level of resident care.
Attendees at this special presentation, sponsored by OnShift, will learn how to attract, engage and retain employees, including in a semi-rural setting; reduce policy violations, call-offs, late-punches and turnover; increase employee satisfaction to boost employee performance; comply with Payroll-Based Journal reporting mandates; and design strategies to reduce overtime and increase scheduling efficiencies.
Peter Corless, EVP of Enterprise Development at OnShift, also will speak, while McKnight's Editor James M. Berklan will moderate. The event starts at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.
To learn more or to register, click here.