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This day-long event explores how agency executives can meet tomorrow’s challenges by improving the agency workforce management process. Learn how agencies in New York are positioning themselves for success.
Everyday agencies are asked to do more with less. Executives face a plethora of new challenges: rising payroll costs, employee turnover, compliance with unfunded mandates such as new overtime regulations, restricted state funding, new HR requirements, fee-for-service, managed care, and more.
Join MITC and other prominent New York agencies to:
The cost of the conference is $94 per person. Includes a comprehensive workbook and lunch.
Contact Emily Gardner at 301-228-2105, ext. 868 or [email protected] to register. Act soon, as space is limited.
Overtime costs are rising. Tighter labor markets are resulting in more unfilled positions and rising overtime rates. Meanwhile, funding is stagnant. Overtime cannot be eliminated, but it can always be minimized with effective scheduling software and procedures. Learn how other agencies have successfully tackled their overtime problem.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, May 25th to learn the best practices agencies providing HCBS and group home programs are using to minimize overtime.
Only MITC delivers your managers all the real-time information they need on time and attendance, service documentation, no-shows, schedules, tasks, PTO and FMLA requests, absenteeism, work orders, equipment, training, and more in a single integrated application on their smartphone.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 1st to learn how the latest version of MITC Agency Workforce Management helps your managers be more effective, more productive, and perform more consistently.
ARRM’s Annual Conference provides the opportunity for over 1,000 people to come together to learn, network and make vendor connections through the trade show portion of the conference. There is a wide range of attendees to this conference from all across Minnesota. Direct Support Professional, front, middle and upper management, HR professionals as well as nursing staff and business owners will be in attendance.
Join Russ Hylton, Contractor Team Leader at MITC, in a discussion on when and where to use Telephone Timekeeping, biometrics, or GPS with GEO Fencing. Both solutions work but both work better in different situations.
Agencies that use “honor” “after-the-fact” systems – timesheets, timecards and other paper forms or ineffective generic systems that only do part of the job. This can result in collection difficulties, inaccuracies, manual calculations, spreadsheets, lack of smooth integration, and excessive data entry.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 8th at 2:00 pm EDT to learn how agencies eliminate the costs and risks of paper or ineffective systems with biometrics in group homes, ICFs, and day programs.
Is your agency always busy? Even with the best of intentions it is all too easy for a manager to miss something, an employee to forget their schedule changed, HR to be late reviewing a PTO request or miss an employee’s birthday, a consumer to forget a visit, or IT to forget to back-up the server.
Join us for this webinar on Thursday, June 15th at 2:00 pm EDT to learn how MITC eNotify automated alerts can help everyone in your agency stay on top of their job.
The latest version of MITC Contractor Workforce Management is designed to help managers be more effective, more productive. and consistently deliver great customer service.
Join Russ Hylton, Contractor Team Leader at MITC, as he presents a live demonstration of our Manager Dashboard. Learn how to deliver your managers all the real-time information they need on time and attendance, no shows, schedules, PTO and FMLA requests, absenteeism, work orders, inspections, post notes, equipment records, training, and more in a single, integrated application on their smartphone.
Every agency needs to know how to survive an audit. Many agencies are unaware of what practices create audit risk and which ones are the most audit secure. Following basic commonsense principles are key to surviving fee-for-service, managed care and EVV.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 22nd at 2:00 pm EDT to learn the best Medicaid compliant practices for agencies serving the disabled.
Join Russ Hylton, Contractor Team Leader at MITC to check out all the ways a Contractor Workforce Management solution provides competitive advantages and builds your unique selling proposition.