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Workforce strategies that make a difference

Start Date:8/12/2021

Start Time:1:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

This year has proven that the cornerstone of success in senior care is a stable and engaged workforce. But how is that possible or sustainable in today’s labor market?
Join us to see how Eclipse Senior Living has focused on workforce strategies and reinforced the need to drive a culture of empathy, flexibility, inclusion and recognition for future workforce stability.
Attendees will learn about:
• Recruitment & hiring strategies that yield results
• Effective scheduling, communication and recognition that can mitigate employee burnout
• Employee-centric programs, perks and technologies to attract and retain top talent 
Plus, you’ll learn how Eclipse’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equality & Acceptance (IDEA) initiative has been embedded throughout every level of the organization.

By attending this program in its entirety, you can earn 1 CE credit!

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Sara Lee

Vice President of Human Resources

Eclipse Senior Living

Sara Lee is vice president of Human Resources for Eclipse Senior Living. She has worked for Eclipse since October 2018 and is responsible for leading the HR Team based in the Lake Oswego, OR Support Center. The Support Center HR Team is comprised of leaders in talent acquisition, payroll, HRIS, benefits and learning & development. In addition, she oversees four area directors of HR, who are geographically dispersed across the U.S. and are responsible for many HR generalist duties, including employee relations. Her team supports the implementation of human resources strategies related to all aspects of talent management across 100+ senior living communities in more than 25 states. Lree has more than 20 years of experience leading remote human resources professionals. Prior to joining Eclipse, she held various leadership positions with several well-known retail brands, including Pier 1 Imports, Target, Saks Fifth Avenue and Ross Stores. Sara received her bachelor of science degree from San Jose State University in 1995. She maintains memberships in the Society for Human Resources Management, California Chamber of Commerce – HR expert and business advocate, and the United Way Women’s Leadership Society.

Peter Corless

EVP, Enterprise Development


Peter Corless is the executive vice president of Enterprise Development of OnShift, a leader in human capital management software for post‐acute care and senior living. Corless is also the immediate past associate business member president of the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living Board of Governors, where he served for four years. He currently serves on the workforce committee. Corless is a recognized HR leader in post-acute care and is well known for his achievements at some of the largest post-acute care organizations, including Kindred Healthcare and Genesis HealthCare. As an experienced, international chief administrative and human resources officer, he developed strategies that reduced turnover, improved recruiting and hiring and reduced labor costs. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Waterloo and his MBA from York University’s Schulich School of Business.
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