Pining for the workforce challenges of 2019

Who would have thought that the staffing challenges of 2019 would be something to yearn for? And yet here we are.

As we pass the nine-month mark since the first known case of coronavirus arrived in a U.S. long-term care facility, a new survey provides more evidence that the pandemic has exacerbated long-standing workforce issues in senior living, skilled nursing and healthcare.

The survey of 2,100 industry professionals, by human capital management software company OnShift found that finding and hiring qualified job candidates (67%) is the top workforce challenge facing operators, followed by employee turnover (57%).

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