Center for Workforce Solutions

Center for Workforce Solutions

Welcome to the LeadingAge Center for Workforce Solutions, a brand-new center featuring workforce resources for aging services. This new center contains promising practices, ideas for key partnerships, tools to calculate turnover, presentation materials, fact sheets, LeadingAge member testimonials, podcasts, policy news, and other relevant articles.

Recent Activity

  1. 2018 Salary & Benefits Report for Nursing Homes Now Available

    Registered Nurse hourly rates increased 3.10%, while Licensed Practical Nurse rates increased 2.43%, according to the 2018-2019 Nursing Home Salary and Benefits report published by the 

  2. OSHA Proposes to Limit Information to be Reported Electronically by Certain Employers

    Background: OSHA regulations require employers to collect a variety of information on occupational injuries and illnesses. Employers with more than 10 employees in most industries must keep those records at their establishments and must record each recordable employee injury and illness on an OSHA Form 300, the “Log of ...

  3. New Caregiving Volunteer Program To Get 2019 Funding

    Care Corps members would serve for up to two years, during which they would receive health insurance and other benefits. On completion of their assignments, they would be eligible for education awards to pay for education costs or loans; those who decided to continue their careers in long-term services and supports would ...

  4. What Have We Done for You Lately? – July 2018

    It’s been hot and steamy in the nation’s capital this July. But our 90-degree temperatures and near-100% humidity haven’t put a damper on the energy and enthusiasm of LeadingAge team members. We’ve been busy launching new initiatives, disseminating exciting new research, speaking out on important issues, and preparing useful resources for LeadingAge members. Here’s a guided tour of our work for you in July 2018.

  5. Geriatric Workforce Legislation Passes the House

    The bill continues the program under which health professions schools can receive grants to establish and operate geriatrics workforce enhancement programs (GWEPs). These programs integrate geriatrics with primary care training and education and seek to maximize family and patient engagement. The program seeks to educate primary ...