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Laizer Kornwasser In The Press

CareCentrix Named as 2020 Great Place to Work®

 CareCentrix, the leading provider of home-based post-acute care solutions, happily announces that it has been recognized by independent analysts at the Great Place to Work Institute with a certification as a 2019-2020 Great Place to Work.

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: The Future is Here Today

If there’s a tech topic that dominates economic discussions today, that topic would be the way artificial intelligence (also known as AI, machine learning and neural networks) has reshaped how businesses have to do their business.

Human Resources: Obsess over customers

“Q. Why does company culture matter?

A. The culture you create and the employees you hire will determine if you will be Kodak or Amazon.”

Employers invest in workplace culture, benefits

“When it comes to attracting and retaining employees, companies are creating a place people want to work, rather than simply collect a paycheck, they say.”

Proposed Home Infusion Benefit Exciting to Some, ‘Deeply Flawed’ to Others

“We believe that patients want to be treated in the home when they’re able to. This allows for patients to be treated in the home. It’s a win-win for patients, and it provides tremendous opportunity for [home health] providers.”

Lamont Signs Minimum Wage Increase; Business Lobby Continues Protest

“Lamont also asked Laizer Kornwasser, president and COO of CareCentrix, to speak about why five years ago they decided to increase their lowest wage to $15 an hour.”

Democrats implement agenda on which they ran

“Governor Ned Lamont signs a bill he championed, alongside a number of state legislators, that will increase the minimum hourly wage in Connecticut to $15 through a series of gradual increases over the next several years.”

Gov. Lamont Signs $15 an Hour Minimum Wage Bill

“Connecticut has joined five other states and District of Columbia on a path to increase its minimum wage to $15 per hour in the coming years.”