The philosophy is not just about residents—it can become an incentive for new hires and a retaining tool for current staff.
Long term and post-acute care (LT/PAC) providers in this country are already feeling the impact of a shortage of employees, and, according to statistics, the problem is going to get worse.According to Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates,
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Leaders, including direct supervisors, have a significant impact on retention and recruitment of the best talent.
Denise Boudreau-Scott shares the Bright Side of the Staffing Crisis with i Advance Senior Care. Read the full article by clicking here.
“The staffing crisis. Sounds scary, doesn’t it? The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates our country will need an additional 1.3 million nursing, home health and personal care aides in the next ten years,