Center for Workforce Solutions

Center for Workforce Solutions

Welcome to the LeadingAge Center for Workforce Solutions, a brand-new center featuring workforce resources. 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.

We welcome your feedback! Please contact Susan Hildebrandt, vice president, workforce initiatives, with any thoughts, concerns, or ideas.

Recent Activity

  1. New LeadingAge Center Will Identify Workforce Solutions

    The new LeadingAge Center for Workforce Solutions will serve as a platform for members and state affiliates to engage in ongoing, collaborative problem-solving around workforce issues.

  2. OSHA Proposes to Extend Electronic Recordkeeping Compliance Deadline

    More importantly, however, the agency also stated that it intends to  to issue a separate proposed to "reconsider, revise or remove other provisions" of the 2016 final rule. The original July 1, 2017 deadline had been applicable to LeadingAge members in the following categories: Employers ...

  3. OSHA Launches Young Worker Safety Campaign

    The campaign includes resources for young workers, parents and educations. It also includes a delineation of an employer’s responsibilities with respect to young workers. The federal agency also reminded employers that child labor laws restrict the types of jobs, hours worked, and equipment used by youth under ...

  4. Join Us in Celebrating Older Americans Month

    The 2017 OAM theme is Age Out Loud. What it means to age has changed, and OAM 2017 is a perfect opportunity to recognize and celebrate what getting older looks like today by sharing the stories and experiences of older adults and those that serve them. Ways to Engage on Social Media Each week, LeadingAge ...

  5. "Blacklisting" and OSHA's "Volks" Rules Rolled Back

    The disapproval resolutions nullifying the two rules were passed pursuant to the Congressional Review Act (CRA). The CRA is designed to allow Congress to overturn agency rules adopted in the previous 60 legislative days, meaning the legislature can review Obama administration regulations submitted to Congress as far ...