In the News | January 15, 2019
Team member turnover is one of the biggest challenges in effectively managing a senior living community or service. We’ve discovered several approaches that have made a big difference in the communities and services we manage.
The following interview contains excerpts from Senior Housing News and first appeared on their website on January 14, 2018.
Mentorship is another tool senior living providers can use to give new employees purpose, according to Jan Roth, vice president of talent resources for Christian Living Communities (CLC) and our management arm, Cappella Living Solutions. We currently own and manage 14 communities spread across four states.
“A mentor can be a fabulous CNA who’s been trained to hold their hand during that first day on the job,” Roth said.
“Even if you terminate somebody, let them know this is not personal,” Roth noted. “Set up that they had an impact, and even though we wished it would have been different, we appreciate what they did.”
This approach helps CLC rehire some of its former employees who left on good terms. The nonprofit sometimes reaches out to former employees with letters and small gifts in the hopes they might walk back through the door.
To read more, check out the full article.
We own and manage senior living communities alongside our parent company, Christian Living Communities.
"When we moved to Holly Creek we thought about what is visible, such as interiors, apartment layout, dining areas, which are all very nice but after living here for a year we have discovered what is most important is the people that live here and employees, who are all so considerate and kind who are at the HEART of Holly Creek. They make Holly Creek a special place in which to live."