Recruitment and Retention
Remote meetings were a brilliant solution to social distancing. Meet virtually, stay connected, run things by each other — it worked. And then suddenly, it didn’t work so well.
If you’re looking to sell your home health agency, you might want to sit tight and wait for the market to settle to get the biggest bang for your buck.
Every Monday morning, Healing Hands Healthcare of Wichita Falls, Texas, hosts a “pep rally” of sorts to keep employees engaged and invested in the company’s mission.
President Donald Trump’s recent executive order (EO) placing limits on the diversity training that federal employers and contractors can offer is raising concerns of a chilling effect on employers’ diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
New rules for health care exemptions under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) put more responsibility on agencies to define employee roles a key determination in who qualifies for leave under the Department of Labor’s (DOL) rule.
President Donald Trump’s plan to defer payroll taxes for many employees through the end of the year is sparking questions and criticism from employers questions about how to implement the plan and criticism that the “tax holiday” may hurt more than it helps.
It is not enough for agencies to just talk about promoting diversity and inclusion within the workplace.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a ruling making it easier to discipline or fire employees for offensive speech.
Over the last few months, work as we know it has drastically changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The fear of contracting COVID-19 has forced home health agencies to get creative with how they recruit and onboard staff to fill any shortages they are seeing.


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