Heads Up…GEN Z Enters Workforce

Heads Up…GEN Z Enters Workforce

You may have noticed that a younger generation has now entered the workforce.  Move over Millennials and meet Generation Z!  Gen Z is broadly defined as the 72 million people born after 1996.  In the coming years, they will make up a large percentage of the global workforce. In fact,
New C-Level Title in Remote Work Gains Ground

New C-Level Title in Remote Work Gains Ground

Remote work isn’t a new concept, but the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated its growth.  According to Global Workforce Analytics, by the end of 2021, we could see approximately 30% of the workforce being remote considering that the fear of remote work has been reduced among employers and in-demand by employees. As
The Great Resignation

The Great Resignation

We’re all familiar with the coined terms “The Great Depression” and “The Great Recession”. Today, we’re in the midst of what’s being called “The Great Resignation.” The Great Resignation is the ongoing trend of employees voluntarily leaving their jobs, from Spring 2021 to the present, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Turn Down a Job Offer Gracefully

How to Turn Down a Job Offer Gracefully

Right now, all organizations, including senior living organizations, are eager for top talent and are pulling out all the stops when bringing on employees. Chances are good that if you’re in the job market and actively interviewing, you’ve had one or more job offers presented to you. However, not every position
Why Hire an Interim Leader?

Why Hire an Interim Leader?

Senior Living Interim Leaders have become critical to organizational leadership stability especially in the past 18 months. While interim leaders may be brought in to fill an executive position due to a planned or unexpected departure, they are not simply placeholders. Interim leaders serve for various reasons and in a
Wake Up Call…Succession Planning Crucial to Business Survival!

Wake Up Call…Succession Planning Crucial to Business Survival!

The pandemic has served as a wake-up call to be prepared for the unexpected. For many senior living organizations, that means revisiting their succession plan and for others, it means creating a succession plan. What is succession planning? According to Wikipedia, succession planning is a process for identifying and developing
The 7 In-Demand Employee Skills Due to Covid

The 7 In-Demand Employee Skills Due to Covid

A number of job opportunities are beginning to emerge with a revised list of skills needed due to COVID. If you’re a job candidate, now is the time to take stock of your skills to ensure you’re a strong candidate when navigating today’s job market. A report by Deloitte Access
What Are They Thinking?

What Are They Thinking?

Due to COVID and variants, workers are rethinking their careers and expectations from employers. In fact, across a number of industries, a quarter of workers plan to look for new jobs according to a poll of 2,000 full-time US workers released by Prudential.  However, the number is much higher when
9 Post-COVID Senior Living Workforce Trends That Will Stick

9 Post-COVID Senior Living Workforce Trends That Will Stick

While the senior living industry approaches a recovery phase, we expect that the pandemic will have a long-lasting impact on the industry and its workforce.  With that in mind, there are a number of workforce trends that have been accelerated by the pandemic and are expected to stick in a
The New Wave of Counteroffers

The New Wave of Counteroffers

Retaining staff in the Senior Living industry has always been a challenge.  However, the last 16 months proved to be more than a challenge. It’s been tumultuous and traumatic to say the least. As a result, a number of senior living organizations experienced a staff exodus. While the COVID vaccines