Senior Housing News: Gig Economy Fallout Worsens Ongoing Senior Living Labor Crisis

The ability to attract and retain frontline workers is often cited as the biggest challenge for today’s senior living providers — and many think it’s going to stay as bad, or even get worse, in the next three years as they compete with the so-called “gig economy” for new workers.

That’s according to a new survey from OnShift, a company that provides senior living workforce software and services. The new bi-annual report, “Workforce 360,” asked 1,500 long-term care, senior living and health care professionals how they viewed the ongoing senior housing labor crunch.

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