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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, November 30th at 2:00 pm EST to learn the best practices agencies providing HCBS and group home programs are using to minimize overtime.
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Let us walk you through new features, review exciting features already released, and invite you to our other upcoming training events!
Learn how to reduce costs, achieve compliance, lower overtime & increase productivity in your agency. Gain a better understanding of the time & attendance, scheduling, and billing challenges affecting providers in your area, and how Agency Workforce Management solutions can help address them.
Learn how other agencies are positioning themselves for success! This day-long event will explore how agency directors can meet tomorrow’s challenges by improving agency workforce management processes. By attending, you’ll take part in both educational networking opportunities.
The event is free to attend and includes lunch and all materials.
Contact Billy Rebosky at 301-228-2105, ext. 858 or [email protected] to register. Act soon, as seats are limited.
Managing day, supported employment, and vocational programs are getting more difficult and complex. Tracking client attendance and streamlining billing has never been more important for agencies. Underserving a client can lead to loss of revenue, while over-serving can result in non-reimbursable payroll costs.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, December 7th at 2:00 pm EST to learn how other agencies are managing these problems and find out more about how the latest technology for agency workforce management can help.
The latest version of MITC Contractor Workforce Management allows contractors to provide customers with higher-quality service and differentiate themselves from the competition. With MITC, building service contractors can identify cleaning issues with mobile inspections before the clients notice. For security contractors, guards can complete post notes from any mobile device. Results from inspections or post notes can be shared with selected customers.
Join us on Wednesday, December 13th at 2:00 pm EST to see the newest features and get some tips/tricks one how to maximize the effectiveness of this module. Even if you currently do not use this module it can great opportunity to get more information and see if it might fit your needs.
Ineffective employee scheduling directly impacts labor costs, productivity, and an agency’s ability to operate within budget. Effective scheduling is more important than ever, as unfunded mandates, higher pay, managed care, fee-for-service, and more have continued to make life difficult for agencies.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, December 14th at 2:00 pm EST as we explore new ways to create and save schedules, all new visual tools for at-a-glance schedule maintenance, new tools for quickly filling open positions, and more.
With employees looking for higher wages as the economy improves, turnover rates are rising. Caregiver turnover rates rose from 39.4% industry wide in 2009 to 61.6% in 2014, according to a study released last year by Home Care Pulse and the Home Care Association of America.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, December 21st at 2:00 pm EST to learn how streamlining employee communication helps increase productivity and retention.
Several states have introduced electronic visit verification with some mandating it. The 21st Century Cures Act enacted by Congress and signed into law by President Obama contains provisions for expanding the use of Electronic Visit Verification to all states.
Electronic visit verification is widely used by agencies and government entities. Agencies use it for compliance and quality assurance, to verify employee’s locations, complete documentation, verify hours of work for payroll and billing, and streamline payroll and billing.
Join us on Thursday, January 4th at 2:00 pm EST to learn all about EVV and the 21st Century Cures Act.
With rising payroll rates and more open positions, scheduling has become more important for most contractors. The latest version of MITC Contractor Scheduling can help you stay organized and empower your employees. MITC Task Scheduling and automatic reminders ensure your employees don’t forget where to be when and what to do.
Join us on Wednesday, January 10th at 2:00 pm EST to see the newest features and get some tips/tricks one how to maximize the effectiveness of this module. Even if you currently do not use this module it can great opportunity to get more information and see if it might fit your needs.
Agencies today are beset with a host of new problems such as higher turnover, rising payroll costs, restricted funding, unfunded mandates, new regulations (EVV), growth in HCBS, managed care, and more. As the pace of change accelerates into 2018, the need for effective time and attendance solutions that are well-aligned with the full and true needs of the agency will grow.
Please join the MITC Team on Thursday, January 11th at 2:00 pm EST and check out what’s new and different in time & attendance to help agencies in 2018 manage group homes, HCBS, and day programs.