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The event kicks off Wednesday, February 15 @ 10:00am ET.
The 2023 McKnight’s Workforce Development Forum is a must-attend event for anyone with employees. Period. The pandemic may have exacerbated the difficulties of fully staffing a long-term care, senior living or home care operation. But recruitment and retention will be ongoing challenges, no matter what time frame. Attendees will be offered a series of webinars with practical, workable ideas to improve employee recruitment and retention. These battles won’t go away. The McKnight’s Workforce Development Forum is a way to keep up the good fight.
Participants will learn about the latest methods and research for what’s working and what might not be such a good idea. Also addressed will be which of the “old” approaches are still a good idea, and why. Attendees will be able to ask questions in real time and also earn 3 free continuing education credits during the indicated sessions. This is an outstanding event that all managers and hiring personnel in long-term care, senior living and home care should check out. One registration will enable attendees to take part in as many presentations as they wish.
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Session 1: 10:00 AM ET
Sponsored by: KARE
Benefits: Are you missing what your frontline workers really want?
Session 2: 11:30 AM ET - By attending this program in its entirety, you can earn 1 CE credit!
Sponsored by: IntelyCare
Does your staffing agency care about quality assurance?
Session 3: 1:00 PM ET
Sponsored by: ShiftMed
Creating your own float pool using partnerships: A case study
Session 4: 2:30 PM ET - By attending this program in its entirety, you can earn 1 CE credit!
Sponsored by: EasyShift
Fighting back against staffing shortages
Session 5: 4:00 PM ET - By attending this program in its entirety, you can earn 1 CE credit!
Sponsored by: ShiftKey
The untold secrets to optimizing your senior care workforce
Brandon Tappan, Executive Vice President at ShiftKey
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