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There are so many things employers have to track when hiring new employees –everything from legal and company policy documents to forms and paperwork. While all of these are required, many employers often forget that there are also ways to put money back into their business’s pockets when they hire a WOTC-eligible employee. Although there … Continue reading WOTC for Skilled Nursing and Senior Care – Taking Advantage of the Extension
Throughout the ongoing COVID-19 health emergency, thousands of skilled nurses have and continue to give their compassion and utilize their unique skills caring for our loved ones amidst the fears and unknown. One can certainly say that all the work that they’ve done in the past 15 months is nothing short of miraculous and wholly embodies the message of what skilled nursing and senior care is truly all about. Skilled nurses play a vital role in … Continue reading How to Thank Your Skilled Nurse During National Skilled Nursing Care Week
“Thank you” – most of us say these words many times a day: buying a coffee, having a meal delivered, completing household chores, and so on. We say it often, but what does saying “thank you” actually accomplish? Thank you has a power that can bind people together and increase the mental well–being of both the thanked and the thanker. As Walt Disney once said, “The greatest … Continue reading New Year, Still Grateful – Happy National Skilled Nursing Care Week
Senior care facilities house one of our most precious populations: those that witnessed important events in American history, such as the first man to walk on the moon and the civil rights movement, and who shook their hips to Elvis Presley and took their dates to drive-ins. According to the National Institute on Aging, the population of Americans over 65 is booming and estimated … Continue reading How Senior Care Facilities Can Find and Keep the Best Employees
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