13:43 on January 10 due to helper shortage and rising labor costs
The number of bankruptcies of nursing care providers in the past year was 111 cases nationwide, which was the highest in the past three years ago. The bankruptcy of visiting care providers, especially those with a serious shortage of helpers, is rapidly increasing, and private credit bureaus have analyzed that "labor shortages and rising labor costs are a major factor."
According to the private credit research firm "Tokyo Shoko Research", the number of bankruptcies of nursing care providers in the past year was 111 cases nationwide, the highest in the past three years ago.
Bankruptcy has exceeded 100 cases for the fourth consecutive year, with total liabilities of 16,168 million yen.
Of these, 58 companies account for more than half of the total number of home care visits, up 1.3 times from the previous year, and the bankruptcy of businesses with particularly serious helper shortages is increasing rapidly.
other than this,
▽ 32 day services and short stays,
▽ There are 11 paid nursing homes.
By size, there are 74 small businesses with less than five employees, accounting for two-thirds of the total.
According to Tokyo Shoko Research, a survey conducted, "The shortage of labor and rising labor costs are causing the increase in bankruptcy. Although measures are being taken to secure human resources, such as accepting foreigners, the number of bankruptcies is likely to reach a high level for some time. "