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Ever heard the old adage “variety is the spice of life”? Well, the New York State Department of Labor has its own take on it – wage and hour compliance is the spice of employment law. Paying employees right in New York means understanding the nuances of a varied assortment of laws and interpretations: spread … Continue reading New York 7th Day Overtime – Paying It Right
Do you know what HCM is? How about AMS? Hint, hint – they’re both software, and together they should cover nearly all of your home health care agency’s tech. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, abbreviations are everywhere, and if you’re still drawing a blank, here’s a little help: human capital management (HCM) software encompasses a range of payroll … Continue reading HCM + AMS Providers Are Better Together: Key Items to Consider When Integrating Your Agency’s Most Important Software Programs
Concluding our webinar series The Hierarchy of Caregivers’ Needs, we bring you part 3 – Insights From More Industry Experts on Caregiver Retention. Join us to hear from 3 more thought leaders who will continue to tackle the issue of caregiver turnover: Optum’s Financial Sr. Growth Executive, Melanie Goldsmith, MHP; Inspro’s Home Care Program Manager, Joe Schaffner; and KanTime’s Executive Vice President, Kristen Duell. All of their expertise … Continue reading The Hierarchy of Caregivers’ Needs – How Agencies Can Meet Those Needs: Insights From More Industry Experts on Caregiver Retention
Navigating premium pay rules in California can feel like sailing the 1,999.6 miles of the state’s wild rivers. Add the complexities of home health care payroll, and you may be drowning in a whirlpool of confusing and seemingly conflicting rules. Catch the Viventium lifebuoy and join veteran compliance expert Yonina F. Shineweather, CPA, for a … Continue reading Paying It Right: 6th and 7th Day Pay in California Home Health Care
Hint Hint – Onboarding Begins the Minute You Make an Offer! According to Glassdoor, the average company in the United States spends around $4,000 to hire a new employee and takes up to 52 days to fill a position, with the obvious caveat that it all depends on the industry. To say the least, if you’re in the home care industry, which is known for having a particularly high turnover rate, recruiting and hiring a new caregiver is not only more complex but also requires … Continue reading Onboarding a Home Care Employee