Four Ways Long-Term Care Can Re-engage Its Workforce

Long-term care is in flux due to the pandemic, mounting staffing shortages, and cultural challenges. According to some estimates, long-term care turnover rates range from 55% to 75% for nurses and aides and sometimes more than 100% for aides alone. As long-term care organizations compete for a highly sought-after workforce, they are improving recruitment, engagement, and retention strategies to create happier, better-trained employees who see a future in skilled nursing.


During the recent HealthLeaders Long-Term Care NOW Summit, long-term care leaders and experts examined top challenges, including high employee turnover, burnout, and competition from other industries, in a panel discussion on Creating a Culture of Care to Recruit, Engage, and Retain Staff. 

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