Webinar: The Battle for Talent

by | Aug 15, 2018

Presented by:
Tom Mann, Executive Vice President, Integrated Media Services, Love & Company (tmann@loveandcompany.com)
Manny Ocasio, Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Asbury Communities (mocasio@asbury.org)
Jacquelyn Kung, CEO, Activated Insights (jkung@activatedinsights.com)

According to a study by Ziegler, 80 percent of CFOs said that their main concern for 2018 was staff recruitment and retention. That’s a fair concern, because industry data shows that the turnover rate for senior care professionals is a staggering 45 percent. As a senior living leader, does the fear of not keeping your community skillfully staffed keep you up at night?

This webinar will provide actionable insights that can help your community stay ahead of the talent curve. You’ll hear expert guidance from senior living innovators who are excelling in this “age of disruption,” with topics such as:

  • Why CEOs are losing sleep during this “battle for talent?”
  • Innovative approaches to recruitment featuring the “Chipotle and Cheesecake Factory Recruiting Models”
  • Increasing retention with technology, accountability and training • What one successful provider, Asbury Communities is doing to stay ahead of the curve.

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