Looming Dept of Labor Rule Raising Salary Threshold Faces Legal Challenges

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The Department of Labor’s (DOL) Final Rule increases the salary threshold for certain exempt employees. Similar to the challenges seen when the DoL last issued updates to this rule in 2016, the 2024 iteration is currently under legal scrutiny, with multiple lawsuits challenging its legitimacy. As the July 1, 2024 effective date for these changes […]

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California Delays Minimum Wage Hike for Health Care Workers Until July 1

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On May 31, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 828, a bill authored by state Senator Maria Elena Durazo (D-26), delaying the start of minimum wage increases for health care workers by one month from its originally planned beginning on June 1, 2024. The new start date is now July 1, aligning with the state’s […]

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How to Be a Magnet for Top Candidates as a ‘Great Place to Work’

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Did you know job candidates are researching you as much as you’re researching them? 75% of job seekers consider an employer’s brand before applying for a job1, and 94% of candidates are more likely to apply for a job if a company actively manages its employer brand2. So, how do you make a great first […]

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Tomorrow! Keeping Your Workforce Safe

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Does your organization have the key elements that comprise a comprehensive safety plan? Join NAHC as we present our recent report on keeping your workforce safe, including leadership and management responsibilities for keeping staff safe. Over the past year, NAHC has partnered with many industry experts to empower workplace safety. Check out some of the resources we […]

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Keeping Your Workforce Safe

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Does your organization have the key elements that comprise a comprehensive safety plan? Join NAHC as we present our recent report on keeping your workforce safe, including leadership and management responsibilities for keeping staff safe. Over the past year, NAHC has partnered with many industry experts to empower workplace safety. Check out some of the resources we […]

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How to Be a Magnet for Top Candidates as a ‘Great Place to Work’

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Did you know job candidates are researching you as much as you’re researching them? 75% of job seekers consider an employer’s brand before applying for a job1, and 94% of candidates are more likely to apply for a job if a company actively manages its employer brand2. So, how do you make a great first […]

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How to Be a Magnet for Top Candidates as a ‘Great Place to Work’

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Did you know job candidates are researching you as much as you’re researching them? 75% of job seekers consider an employer’s brand before applying for a job1, and 94% of candidates are more likely to apply for a job if a company actively manages its employer brand2. So, how do you make a great first […]

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Fed Trade Commission Bans New Non-Competes

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On Tuesday, April 23, 2024, in a 3-2 partisan line vote, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a new rule effectively banning new non-compete agreements in all employment contexts. Initially proposed in draft form in January 2023, the highly anticipated rule is expected to have significant impacts on employers in a wide swath of industries […]

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Fed Trade Commission Bans New Non-Competes

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On Tuesday, April 23, 2024, in a 3-2 partisan line vote, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a new rule effectively banning new non-compete agreements in all employment contexts. Initially proposed in draft form in January 2023, the highly anticipated rule is expected to have significant impacts on employers in a wide swath of industries […]

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Improve Safety at Work

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The issue of workplace safety has never been more important in the care at home community. It will not be possible to build the large, robust, and well-trained workfoce needed to care for the vast majority of Americans who want to age in place in their own homes and communities if people do not feel […]

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Recognizing the Crucial Role of Direct Care Workers in Home Health Care: The Impact of the Direct Support Professionals Act

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Direct support professionals (DSPs) are the backbone of home care, providing essential assistance to the clients and patients served by home care, home health, and hospice providers around the country. Senators Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Susan Collins (R-ME) introduced the Direct Support Professionals Act to address the critical shortage of these workers and improve the […]

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