How Senior Living Communities Can Improve Employee Retention

In a recent survey of senior housing operators, ninety percent of respondents reported current staffing shortages! Yes, attracting new talent is key to staying staffed. However, senior living communities should consider putting the bulk of their time and energy into retaining their existing employees. How can senior living leaders create a workplace that fosters loyal… Read more »

Horizon Hospitality, Parent Company of Hospitality in Healthcare Named a 2023 Forbes Top Professional Recruiting Firm.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Scott Samuels, CEO Tel: (913) 333-3190 Email: [email protected] Horizon Hospitality, Parent Company of Hospitality in Healthcare Named a 2023 Forbes Top Professional Recruiting Firm. [Overland Park, KS – May 22, 2023] Horizon Hospitality Associates, the parent company of Healthcare Recruiting firm Hospitality in Healthcare, is proud to announce its inclusion in… Read more »

What AI Can, and Can’t, Do For the Senior Living Industry

The recent release of ChatGPT, a highly capable and intuitive chatbot, has created a new buzz around artificial intelligence. While the senior living industry is not known for its high rate of technology adoption, AI is catching the interest of a growing number of senior living developers looking for ways to improve care while they… Read more »

Should You Apply to a Confidential Healthcare Job?

A jolt of excitement hits when a LinkedIn message pops up from a healthcare recruiter. Or you see your dream job on a job board and meet all the qualifications. But when you realize you have no clue what healthcare company these opportunities are with, you might hesitate. In an age of information, where every… Read more »

What to Look for When Hiring a Senior Living Executive Chef

The role of the Executive Chef has recently evolved into something of a celebrity within the senior living industry. Many senior living communities are elevating their dining programs to produce menus and foods that rival top resorts. As the demand for distinguished food and beverage grows among residents and operators, so does the demand for… Read more »

How Poor Candidate Experiences Derail Your Recruitment Efforts

One of the most often-overlooked aspects of a recruitment process is what the interview experience is like for the candidates. Are they made to wait weeks for the next interview step? Are they given accurate information about the opportunity? Did they receive adequate feedback after the interviews? The recruitment process doesn’t happen in a vacuum,… Read more »

Is your Senior Living Community Ready for the Great Unbundling?

Airlines and hotels have embraced the unbundled service model for years. It allows consumers to access quality services at a lower entry price and pay for extras as they see necessary. So, it’s only natural that as Senior Living further segments into more independent and active living operations, unbundling services will become more prominent. Today’s… Read more »

Quiet Quitting: Separating the Symptom from the Cause

Quiet Quitting in Healthcare

Quiet quitting. What began as a viral video has become one of the most talked about (and written about) topics this year. Is it a valid phenomenon, or is it nothing more than catchy clickbait? To a certain degree, the answer to that question does not matter. Rather than debating the significance of the symptoms,… Read more »

Does Your Healthcare Organization Have a Succession Plan?

Tips for Creating a Succession Plan for Healthcare Executives

The wave of boomers retiring is reaching its full crest. This is not news, of course, but their mass exodus from the workforce has created a problem that many have dubbed “The Great Retirement.” The solution, in part, is to identify the next generation of leaders to fill their shoes. In addition to closing the… Read more »