Thursday, October 22, 2020 | 1:00pm EST
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For the past several years, the cost, supply and quality of labor for seniors housing and care providers has been a major problem. Barring a major change in immigration policy, the shortages and cost pressures will continue to be a problem. The $15 an hour minimum wage goal in many states may just be the beginning point, and it may not help to keep your better employees. What else do providers need to do beyond wage increases to keep those valuable employees? Training is key, but many providers fear they will train employees who then jump ship at the first offer. This is a problem that must be solved before the baby boomers overwhelm the system.
Tune in to this webinar to find out:
- What works to help increase employee retention
- How to set up a career plan for the lower level employees
- Which incentives work better than just a wage increase
- Why employees really leave, and what gets them to stay
- How to make sure you don’t just keep the ones that should go
The seniors housing and care industry can’t continue to compete for that proverbial “fast-food hamburger flipper” as an employee. We need something better and for all employees to be more mission-driven and not just dollar-driven. Join us as we explore some solutions to the sector’s biggest problem.
Steve Monroe, Managing Editor, The SeniorCare Investor (moderator)
Robert Crowe, Founder & CEO, Matchwell
Judy Belt, Manager, Lancaster Village
Timothy Reilly, VP of Human Resources, Benchmark Living
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