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Challenge to Change the Workforce: The Obstacles and Benefits of Employee Engagement

November 13, 2017

The number one goal of any long-term care facility is to provide quality care
and resident safety, but that goal gets muddied with a workforce that is
disengaged, poorly trained, and overall unhappy. High turnover rates, small
labor budgets, and an inflexible employment strategy can and wil cause
problems for both facilities and residents. Recruitment is only strong if there
is a high retention rate, productivity is only solid with an engaged staff, and
resident safety is best maintained with properly trained caregivers.

This eBook will provide insight into some of long-term care’s shortfalls when
it comes to staffing as well as how to learn from these obstacles.

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