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Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Learning Forward: The Intersection Between Education and Work
Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Learning Forward: The Intersection Between Education and Work

As we move forward from pandemic toward endemic, the sector’s need for an ongoing pipeline of qualified living leaders has never been greater. Many senior living communities are reviewing and evaluating impactful pathways and partnerships to ramp up career development initiatives that can support recruitment and retention of industry personnel. During this webinar, you’ll hear directly from experts about leading best practices and strategies to effectively recruit and retain top talent. Attend this webinar and: • Hear how the apprenticeship training model translates into an effective strategy to recruit, develop, and retain senior living professionals • Identify opportunities for supporting higher education-based workforce development solutions. • Come away with recommended next steps and resources to launch training programs within their organizations. Speakers: - Steven Chies, President, North Cities Health Care, Inc. - Shari Franey, Chief Operating Officer, Hamilton-Ryker - John Schulte, Vice President, Quality Improvement, Argentum - Nancy Swanger, Founding Director, Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living - Moderator: Ashante Abubakar, Vice President, Workforce Development, Argentum

Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Leveraging Generations to Recruit Generations
Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Leveraging Generations to Recruit Generations

According to an AARP survey, most people—7 out of 10—like working with generations other than their own. The senior living industry demands and depends on successful generational collaboration—for its operational outlook, for the resident experience, and for the future of its workforce. And yet, this is one of the most common problems in our workforce: How do we create workplaces that attract and engage the next generation of potential employees? This webinar will take a two-pronged approach to this problem – from the workforce and resident engagement perspectives. Webinar sponsored by OnShift. NOTE: Upon purchase you will receive an email with a link to access the webinar. You will be asked to enter your name and email address to proceed.

Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Recruitment & Retention Strategies for the Smaller
Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Recruitment & Retention Strategies for the Smaller

Hiring and employee retention in senior living is a challenge in any environment. Regional or single-state operators without larger corporate structures can sometimes be at a disadvantage when competing with national players. Our members and webinar attendees asked for help, and this webinar is the response. Presenters will pack in as many strategies as possible for operators with fewer communities and smaller geographic footprints. NOTE: Upon purchase you will receive an email with a link to access the webinar. You will be asked to enter your name and email address to proceed.

Workforce Development Series: Employee Retention Credit and What You Should Be Doing to Access it
Workforce Development Series: Employee Retention Credit and What You Should Be Doing to Access it

Extended until December 31, 2021, the ERC allows businesses impacted by COVID-19 to receive a Federal payroll tax credit in the form of a cash refund or a deduction and is worth up to $33,000 per employee. This segment will share the latest information surrounding the ERC and how members can take advantage of this program. • Learn why momentum is building for companies to take the ERC right now with Delta variant and supply shortages increasing. • Please note, the ERC is different than the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program). If you participated in PPP, you are still eligible for the ERC. Speakers: - Doug Hartshorne, Tax Incentive Consultant, Synergi Partners - Evan M Migdail, Senior Partner, DLA Piper LLP US - Jeff Walker, Senior Vice President of Sales, Synergi Partners

Workplace Safety for Assisted Living
Workplace Safety for Assisted Living

Created by Argentum’s OSHA Workgroup, “Workplace Safety for Assisted Living: Pre-Planning Guidance for OSHA Regulatory Compliance” provides support for compliance with OSHA workplace safety regulations. Starting with highlights from OSHA’s COVID-19 worker protection guidance, it also points out key elements of the National Emphasis Program and gives a step-by-step guide to managing a typical OSHA visit. Links are embedded in the document to help users get additional information as needed. Users are encouraged to download the two checklists linked in the document to help streamline the OSHA self-assessment process. Thanks to the members of the OSHA Workgroup for their support for this project. Special thanks to Willis Towers Watson and Sorenson, Wilder, and Associates for providing the self-assessment checklists linked in this digital document. Document Format: PDF Only