Let’s face it: Executive Chefs are like rock stars in the restaurant industry. They can gain bigger-than-life reputations, drawing patrons solely based on their persona. However, their daily performance is also pivotal to a restaurant’s bottom line. Whether you are replacing an existing chef, filling an open position, or starting a new restaurant, here are… Read more »
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AI in the Senior Living Industry: What it Can, and Can’t, Do
The recent release of ChatGPT, a highly capable and intuitive chatbot, has created a new buzz around artificial intelligence. While the senior living industry is not known for its high rate of technology adoption, AI is catching the interest of a growing number of senior living developers looking for ways to improve care while they… Read more »
What Does it Take to be a Successful Senior Living Chef?
The role of the Executive Chef has recently evolved into something of a celebrity within the senior living industry. Many senior living communities are elevating their dining programs to produce menus and food that rival top resorts. As the demand for distinguished food and beverage grows among residents and operators, so does the demand for… Read more »
Is your Senior Living Community Ready for the “Great Unbundling”?
Airlines and hotels have been slowly embracing the unbundled service model for years. It allows consumers to access quality services at a lower entry price and pay for extras as they see necessary. So, it’s only natural that as Senior Living further segments into more independent and active living operations, unbundling services will become more… Read more »
How Senior Living Can Tap into a Wider Talent Pool with Social Media
Finding and keeping talented workers has always been an uphill battle for the senior living industry. As rewarding as the industry can be, it’s an often overlooked-job market that isn’t well understood by job seekers. But amid record-high unemployment, senior living communities have the opportunity to recruit a variety of talented jobseekers from adjacent struggling… Read more »