A new study from Brown University has linked communication and attentiveness in nursing homes with quality of care, meaning that there could be another matrix by which nursing care facilities are rated. The data was collected through surveys distributed to staff and... read more
There have been new developments in the case of Jimmy John’s and their non-compete agreements. A federal judge in Illinois has declined to grant an injunction that would keep Jimmy John’s franchise owners from enforcing the non-compete agreements that all employees... read more
A survey conducted by Genworth Financial, one of the major providers of long-term care insurance, has concluded that the cost of elder care has risen yet again, with the median cost of one year in a nursing home reaching $91,250. This increase reflects the steady 4%... read more
Wage theft is the most prevalent of theft in the U.S. today, accounting for more lost funds than any other specific form of theft. Unfortunately, most local and even state governments have very little power that enables them to do anything to help workers get fair pay... read more
The Texas Senate is considering a bill that would place more stringent consequences on nursing homes that receive high-level violations. Senate Bill 304, nicknamed the “Three Strikes Rule,” would allow the Department of Aging and Disability Services to shut down... read more
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