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Building a Purpose-Driven Workplace – As Featured in FALA Newsletter From Harvard Business Review

All too often employers of assisted living facilities are having to focus on their revolving door of employees. The population of adults over the age of 65 is drastically increasing, leaving the hiring pool shrinking
Building a Purpose-Driven Workplace – As Featured in FALA Newsletter From Harvard Business Review

What More Do I Need to Succeed in 2020? Leaders Need These Skills & Competencies to Succeed in 2020 & Beyond…

We all recognize that senior living organizations are changing as new challenges are surfacing and competition is increasing. That’s why leaders need to continuously polish their leadership skills and talents. The start of a new
What More Do I Need to Succeed in 2020? Leaders Need These Skills & Competencies to Succeed in 2020 & Beyond…

A Career in Senior Living Checked All the Boxes for Dan Williams, President & COO, Seasons Living

Recently, MedBest had the opportunity to interview Dan Williams, President and COO of Seasons Living, Lake Oswego, Oregon. He shared why a career in Senior Living checked all the boxes, what “Culture Keys” are core
A Career in Senior Living Checked All the Boxes for Dan Williams, President & COO, Seasons Living

8 Predictions About the Future of Assisted Living by Sarah J. Stevenson

The Following Article Appeared on A Place for Mom in April 2019.  The U.S. economy — and the healthcare industry — have seen more than their fair share of ups and downs over the past
8 Predictions About the Future of Assisted Living by Sarah J. Stevenson

8 Reasons Senior Living Organizations Use Recruiting Firms

When seeking to acquire senior living executive talent, the right hire is a major factor in the success of your senior care organization. The wrong hire can be very costly. Partnering with a reputable search
8 Reasons Senior Living Organizations Use Recruiting Firms

Boomers Create a Surge in Luxury Care Communities by Scott James, NYT

The following article appeared in the New York Times in December 2018. The restaurant at Fountaingrove Lodge has a sweeping view of California’s Sonoma County, a panorama one might expect at a five-star resort. The
Boomers Create a Surge in Luxury Care Communities by Scott James, NYT

Stop the Revolving Door…Senior Living Employees are Leaving for Greener Pastures. What Could Make Them Stay?

Sixty percent of US workers (across all industries) are unhappy and have recently quit or will quit their jobs in the near future, according to an Inc. article. That’s a staggering amount. Specific to the
Stop the Revolving Door…Senior Living Employees are Leaving for Greener Pastures. What Could Make Them Stay?

Elevate the Plate! 5 Senior Living Dining Trends

Today’s senior living residents are quite discerning when it comes to their taste buds. They are looking for all-inclusive communities that offer a diverse menu with chef-prepared foods. This new generation of seniors are “foodies”
Elevate the Plate! 5 Senior Living Dining Trends

A Day in the Life of a Nursing Home Administrator by USC Leonard Davis, School of Gerontology, Los Angeles, California

The following article is attributed to USC Leonard Davis, School of Gerontology, Los Angeles, CA A Day in the Life of a Nursing Home Administrator A nursing home, similar in nature to other medical facilities,
A Day in the Life of a Nursing Home Administrator by USC Leonard Davis, School of Gerontology, Los Angeles, California

Are You Driving Candidates Away? A Positive Candidate Experience Can Make All the Difference!

In this booming economy and hot job market, providing a great “candidate experience” is more important than ever.  In fact, according to CareerBuilder, 68% of candidates think the way they are treated during the hiring
Are You Driving Candidates Away? A Positive Candidate Experience Can Make All the Difference!