Better Jobs Better Care is a 4-year $15.5 million research and demonstration program, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Atlantic Philanthropies.

The program seeks to achieve changes in long-term care policy and practice that help to reduce high vacancy and turnover rates among direct care staff across the spectrum of long-term care settings and contribute to improved workforce quality


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News Analysis - Providers get tough on Turnover

We are excited to announce that a feature article about BJBC is in McKnights Long Term Care News October 16th issue. The article covers the breadth and depth of the BJBC program as well as highlights the work that program grantees have done to improve workplace practices and improve frontline retention.

Sleep Apnea Nurse - Position open

A position is open in Sydney for an experienced Sleep Apnea Nurse to assist with sleep studies and CPAP mask sales.


Must have experience with Sleep Apnea treatments, CPAP, Auto CPAP, BiCPAP, Resmed and other related products for CPAP Australia. Apply within.

Insights No. 9

Read about how six direct care workers changed their lives and their jobs through BJBC, and how one provider created a coalition that transformed her long-term care community

NC Grantee Creates First Program to Reward High Quality Workforce

The BJBC North Carolina grantee creates the first state licensure program to reward long-term care providers who invest in building high quality workforce.

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