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There are so many things employers need to track when hiring new employees, including everything from legal and company policy documents to forms and paperwork. Although all of these are required, what many employers often forget is that there are also ways to put money back into their agency’s pocket when they hire WOTC-eligible employees. … Continue reading Why Home Care Agencies Should Take a Closer Look at WOTC
By this point, I am pretty sure we have all had more than enough of the words “unprecedented,” “challenging,” and “uncertain times.” Rather than focusing on the negative, we should focus on the positive and continue praising the heroes working in health services, who have put themselves on the front lines to keep our world … Continue reading Health Services Payroll and HR: A Lookback on 2020 and a Glimpse into 2021
After last year, I think I’m far from the only one happily welcoming in 2021. Often times that means reflecting on what we did right in 2020, but also what we may have looked over and need to focus our efforts on in 2021. As a Skilled Nursing Facility, you may want to add PBJ … Continue reading PBJ Reporting Continues in 2021
Scheduling and tracking employee attendance can be a great challenge for skilled nursing facilities, especially during this time of the year, with flu season, winter weather, and now COVID-19. It’s not only about monitoring the time worked, but when tracking time and attendance manually – or even with a big-name general market company’s software – … Continue reading Time and Attendance Challenges in Skilled Nursing During COVID Times
Caregiver shortages are an ever-increasing issue in the home care industry. With a national turnover rate that was averaging around 64% before the pandemic that’s even higher now, it’s more important than ever to take a data-driven approach to staffing that will help minimize turnover costs, focus on caregiver resources, and save time and money … Continue reading How to Train Your Caregivers While Following Social Distancing Rules