McKnight's Long Term Care: Staffing woes threaten shift standards

More than two-thirds of skilled nursing providers “sometimes” or “often” staff shifts without enough workers, according to a new survey by recruitment and hiring management firm OnShift.

The first Workforce 360 survey queried 1,500 long-term care, senior living and other healthcare professionals to paint a picture of the top workforce challenges facing the industry today.
Among all types of organizations, 72% called employee turnover the top staffing challenge.

You can see the full results here:

OnShift said many providers are placing an increased focus on employee perks and programs in order to remain competitive.

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