Online Workshop: Hiring for Keeps

Online Workshop: Hiring for Keeps
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—evolving recruiting, engagement, and retention tactics to attract and develop talent.

Organizations need to build a nurturing and rewarding culture to improve employee engagement and reduce turnover. As studies have shown, when properly engaged, employees do their best work, inspiring others and improving resident care and satisfaction. Learn new tactics to enhance staff recruit, engagement, and retention.
Learning objectives
  • 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
Lisa FordyceMs. Lisa Fordyce
Executive Vice President, OnShift

Having started her career as a caregiver and expanding into operations leadership, Lisa has held senior executive operations positions at national senior housing organizations, leading overall business strategies and day-to-day operations to deliver quality resident care and services. She is one of the most widely recognized operations leaders in the senior living profession and is known for her ability to make an impact by emphasizing both business and quality care. Lisa’s experience makes her uniquely qualified as a resource for our senior living support. Lisa has moderated and presented at numerous national, state and local organizations in the senior living industry and workforce solutions sessions.

Check out the other online workshops in this series here.

DATE: Thursday, December 5, 2019
TIME: 10:00–11:15 AM CST
COST: Care Providers of Minnesota members:
  • $75 per connection (live webinar, 30-day archive access, no CEUs)
  • $90 per connection (live webinar, 30-day archive access, CEUs for one person)
Prospective members:
  • $125 per connection (live webinar, 30-day archive access, no CEUs)
  • $175 per connection (live webinar, 30-day archive access, CEUs for one person)
CEUs*: Care Providers of Minnesota will apply for 1.25 clock/contact hours.
CODE: MN20-91942
* Webinar CEUs will be given only to the person listed on the registration form. Additional people may listen in on the same connection, but only the person listed on the registration form may receive CEUs per connection. Each individual requesting CEUs must use a different connection and register and pay separately.

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  2. Mail or fax paper form
  3. Call Loni Lagro at 952-851-2494 or 800-462-0024

12/5/2019 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM

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