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Target announced last month that it is raising the minimum hourly wage for its workers to $11 starting next month and then increasing it to $15 by the end of 2020, putting more pressure on other employers to follow. The company said the move will help it better recruit and retain top-quality staff and provide a […]
MITC recently conducted a staffing survey in which 137 agencies employing nearly 40,000 staff from across the USA participated. The majority of agencies have reviewed hiring, retention, and scheduling to try and manage the situation better. Across the board, from smaller agencies with less than 50 staff to the largest providers with over 2,800 employees, […]
n effective automated scheduling solution can improve efficiency and organization at an agency. Community Living Connections is a non-profit agency founded in 2004. With 300 staff providing community supported living services to approximately 200 individuals in Wisconsin, CLC supports individuals to live in their own homes and participate in community life, providing in-home staff to […]
Acute shortages of home care workers are occurring all over the country, threatening care for people with disabilities and older adults. Many agencies are struggling with retention and scheduling as a smaller pool of workers are increasingly moved around to cover open positions. In Minnesota and Wisconsin, nursing homes have denied admission to thousands of patients […]