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Webinar: Workforce 360
From bedside to boardroom, senior care communities are challenged with the need to attract, retain and develop their team members. In an increasingly competitive talent market challenged by caregiver shortages, high turnover and an aging population with more sophisticated care needs, providers must rethink their workforce strategies. That means evolving recruiting, engagement, and retention tactics to attract and develop talent.
Care Providers of Minnesota is delighted to have Peter Corless, Executive Vice President, OnShift present this webinar for a 360-degree workforce discussion. Get insights into the key workforce issues that face the industry and how providers are addressing them. Care Providers of Minnesota understands how critical this issue is to members and is presenting this webinar
as a thank you.
Learn modern communication and onboarding strategies that quickly assimilate new staff members, reducing turnover during the first 90 days of employment
Learn key tactics to more regularly measure satisfaction levels and metrics that help management identify the key issues causing turnover
Discover how to boost your organization’s culture and implement proven engagement strategies so that team members are happy and they stay
Executive Vice President, OnShift
Peter Corless is the Executive Vice President of Enterprise Development of OnShift, a leader in human capital management software for post-acute care and senior living. Peter is also currently the Associate Business Member President on AHCA/NCAL’s Board of Governors. Peter is a recognized HR leader in post-acute care and is well-known for his achievements at some of the country’s largest post-acute care organizations, including Kindred Healthcare and Genesis HealthCare. As an experienced, international chief administrative and human resources officer within these organizations, he developed strategies that reduced turnover, improved recruiting and hiring strategies, and reduced labor costs. Peter received his BA from the University of Waterloo and his MBA from York University’s Schulich School of Business.
This webinar is sponsored by Care Providers of Minnesota Service Corporation and offered FREE to Care Providers of Minnesota members. We are also pleased to offer CEUs for the LIVE PRESENTATION ONLY. If you want CEUs for the LIVE presentation, you must register and participate using your personalized webinar link to meet professional boards’ accreditation requirements.
The webinar will be recorded and available to members on the Care Providers of Minnesota website.
Thursday, February 22, 2018
1:00 PM–2:00 PM CST
FREE to Care Providers of Minnesota members
Care Providers of Minnesota will apply for 1 clock/contact hours FOR THE LIVE PRESENTATION ONLY. You must register and participate using your personalized webinar link to meet professional boards accreditation requirements. The Minnesota Board of Nursing has adopted new rules regarding continuing education requirements for nurses. The contact hour is now defined as 60 minutes (previously it was 50 minutes).
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