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10 Things to Improve Your Skilled Nursing Facility’s Payroll Process

Are you a nursing home or healthcare facility manager in need of payroll process improvement ideas? If so, look no further than these ten tips. Armed with our ten top tips on how to make payroll easier, you’ll be the talk of the board room in no time at all. Step #1 Stay Compliant Compliance may seem expensive, but non-compliance is far more so. Improving payroll services and operations is a great way to sharpen compliance. How? Get Tactical: Set up a strong daily audit, budget, and scheduling payroll process. Get Strategic: Align labor to meet internal PPD budgets daily. […]

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in Healthcare

The CDC estimates that 26% of Americans are living with some form of disability. This large number is also more likely to require expensive and ongoing medical care. However, people with disabilities are also less likely to receive the same standard of care and attention. They often report lower satisfaction levels with their healthcare providers. To that end, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was introduced in 1990. It is a federal law designed to protect people with disabilities from discrimination. What Is the ADA? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law that protects individuals with disabilities […]

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Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

There’s never a good time to get sick, or for a family member to get sick, but when it happens, legislation exists that grants employees certain rights to unpaid leave in order to deal with illness along with a variety of other personal situations. The Family and Medical Leave Act is designed to make sure employees can take the time off they need without negative repercussions from their employer. If an employee comes to you with an FMLA leave request, it’s essential to understand what you’re dealing with and how to handle it. What Is the FMLA? The Family and […]

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

FFCRA or the Families First Coronavirus Response Act came into law on the 18th of March, 2020. It required certain employers to provide sick pay to employees who qualified under the terms of FFCRA, up to and until January 1st, 2021.

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Social Distancing in the Workplace

There has never been so much pressure for healthcare management and administration to get things right. Whether your staff consists of frontline workers, essential workers, or desk workers now returning to the office, it’s vital to put proper social distancing measures in place.

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Why Employee Engagement Is Important to Your Organization’s Success

Employee engagement is a term that’s thrown around a lot these days. Everyone knows it’s important but not many can pin down exactly what employee engagement is or why it’s worth spending time and energy to develop employee engagement strategies.

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