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Long-term care facilities work hard to reduce staff turnover (access required)

Reducing and managing employee turnover is critical in many industries, but particularly in long-term senior living facilities in which residents develop relationships with employees who learn their needs and preferences. Senior living centers range from the traditional nursing home to independent, assisted living centers and independent living facilities. Turnover rates in such facilities have traditionally been ...

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