Health care executives across the country are asking the same question: When will the workforce shortage be over? Here in lovely Gettysburg, Pennsylvania—a town with a population of 7,000 and two million tourists a year—the restaurants and retail stores are closed many nights a week due to lack of staff. It’s a problem related to the challenges that health and human service provider organizations are facing when recruiting and retaining non-licensed staff. For this workforce cohort, there’s been a decline in the numbers of workers while wage rates have increased. The problem started in the early days of the pandemic.…
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