Making room for apprenticeship-level workers
Allowing students in the workforce to learn ‘on the job’ requires collaboration with labour groups. Here’s how we’re leading the way.
Agencies to the rescue
Staffing agencies are a must-have in today’s challenging labour market. But is there a downside?
Learn more about the not-for-profit workforce.
CHAA's research on accommodation expenses
Rising food costs, COVID-19, and information technology shifts … how has the cost structure for continuing care changed in the past two years?
About non-profit care
Being not-for-profit means we can focus on the values and faith that have guided our mission of service for more than a century.
Hours of care
The number of care staff scheduled to work on any given day (and therefore spend with residents) is determined by funded care hours.