Recruiting and Retaining a Quality Paraprofessional Long-Term Care Workforce: Building Collaboratives with the Nation’s Workforce Investment System

April 14, 2020 by Claire

Filed under Engagement & Morale, For Employers, For the Workforce, Health and Wellness, Onboarding, Recruitment & Volunteers

Last modified April 14, 2020

Published in 2004, this paper set the stage for an ongoing conversation between representatives of the long-term care sector and the workforce investment system. The long-term care sector provides care to chronically ill, disabled, and elderly persons in a variety of care settings such as individual homes, residential care, nursing homes, and other institutional settings. Long-term care consists of an array of services and supports for persons with functional limitations whose needs range from limited personal assistance to total care. The workforce investment system supports both employers and workers by providing — at the local level — labor market information, job placement services, and training.

https://aspe.hhs.gov/basic-report/recruiting-and-retaining-quality-paraprofessional-long-term-care-workforce-building-collaboratives-nations-workforce-investment-system#sectionI

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