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Workforce Development

Building a strong workforce for Indiana’s seniors

Developing a skilled workforce for the long term care profession.

Recruitment and retention of direct care workers is one of the largest challenges facing long term care providers across the nation. An increased demand for services due to an aging population and a declining supply of individuals seeking and maintaining careers in this profession are factors responsible for a looming workforce crisis. It will take a significant effort to attract, recruit and retain skilled workers.

IHCA/INCAL is dedicated to supporting our members in their efforts to recruit, train and retain quality staff. Learn more about our workforce development offerings and how they might be of use to you.

AHCA/NCAL Launches New National Workforce Campaign – Careers in Caring

AHCA/NCAL has launched “Careers in Caring,” a new national campaign to educate job seekers about the career opportunities in long-term care and equip nursing homes, assisted living communities and facilities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities with tools and resources to help recruit new caregivers to the field.

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Nursing Home and Assisted Living Salary & Benefits Reports

Each year, the IHCA/INCAL partners with the Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS),  a leader in healthcare salary and benefits research to make their comprehensive reports for nursing homes and assisted living communities available to our members. HCS has been providing the healthcare industry with reliable and comprehensive salary and benefits studies for over 50 years and publishes a total of ten reports on an annual basis.

To access the latest reports, please click here. For questions, please contact Katie Niehoff at kniehoff@ihca.org 

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IHCA/INCAL Compensation Survey Reports

The 2022 IHCA/INCAL Annual Compensation Survey report is now available for our  members. The survey provides detailed information on executive, clinical and administrative positions.

  • The data is effective as of January 1, 2022.
  • The report reflects compensation detail from 254 facilities across the state for 101 job titles in both skilled nursing and assisted living communities.

Access the report here.

The 2021 IHCA/INCAL Midyear Compensation Survey report is now available for our  members. The survey provides current information on a select set of executive, clinical and administrative positions.

  • The data is effective as of July 1, 2021.
  • The report reflects compensation detail from 174 facilities across the state for 32 job titles in both skilled nursing and assisted living communities.

Access the report here.

The 2021 IHCA/INCAL Compensation Survey report is now available for our  members. The report reflects compensation detail from 373 facilities across the state for 107 job titles in both skilled nursing and assisted living communities. The report is available in PDF format as well as an Excel file that allows you to sort the data to best meet your needs. Access the report here.

The 2020 IHCA/INCAL Midyear Compensation Survey report is now available for our  members. The report reflects compensation detail from 270 facilities across the state for 34 job titles in both skilled nursing and assisted living communities. The report is available in PDF format as well as an Excel file that allows you to sort the data to best meet your needs. Access the report here.

The first annual IHCA/INCAL member Salary Survey report is now available for all members. The report reflects salary detail from 193 facilities across the state for 95 job titles in both skilled nursing and assisted living communities. The report is available in PDF format as well as an Excel file that allows you to sort the data to best meet your needs. Access the report here.