Workforce Promising Practices

Learn from the promising practices -- an example of a program that may work in your community -- of other organizations. Is your organization doing something unique? Submit a promising practice and it may be featured on this page.

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Promising Practices

  1. Resident Concierge Representatives

    Challenge: Elim Care wasn’t receiving enough applications from qualified nurses and nursing assistants to fill all the open positions in its organization. After talking with current workers, the organization concluded that most prospective employees don’t ...

  2. Partner With Vocational Rehab Programs Around the Country

    Challenge: Having problems finding qualified workers for your community? LeadingAge Illinois reached out to their state Department of Human Services Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) for help after hearing about a state program that provides training ...

  3. LeadingAge Ohio "Employer of Choice" Initiative

    Challenge: Ohio LeadingAge President and CEO Kathryn Brod wanted to address recruitment and retention workforce issues in her state and the LeadingAge Leadership Academy gave her the perfect jumping off point. She set up a committee of human resources (HR) professionals from several Ohio communities to talk about ...

  4. WeCare Connect Program

    Challenge: Not being aware of how new employees are acclimating to your organization in terms of onboarding, training, supervisor relationship, job fit, expectations, environment, and plans to stay leading to high and preventable turnover. Solution: WeCare ConnectTM is a program that ...

  5. "Compass" - Employee Orientation and In-Service Education

    Challenge: When Michael Rambarose became CEO of the Whitney Center in Hamden, CT, a life plan community with 300 employees, he was curious about how new employees were being oriented to their work. He learned that new employee orientations were being canceled so that a larger number of people could participate—but ...