We will examine what millennials want when it comes to their personal development. What do they need to stay put? With unemployment at historic lows and tightening demographics around retiring boomers, this generation of employees has more choices than ever in where they choose to spend their working lives.
McKnight’s guest columnist Diane Wiley argues that working in senior care is very well aligned with millennials’ desire to do meaningful work.
Just as you value relationships with your customers – your residents and their family members, we at Straightaway genuinely care about helping you meet your business objectives.
If we design great processes around our CNAs, everyone in our healthcare facility will benefit and if our CNAs feel like they are valued and important, they become powerful ambassadors for our residents, their families, and other prospective employees.
It is time to start thinking differently in how we attract, prepare, and retain CNA’s for this industry. They are the backbone of the Senior Care workforce – where the rubber meets the road in achieving the quality of care and client satisfaction that we want for our residents and their families.