The day you stop actively recruiting caregivers is the day you decide your agency doesn’t need to grow anymore. Here’s what you can do to adapt to the recruitment landscape of COVID-19.
You’ve probably heard the old adage: the show must go on.
It hits home for essential businesses like home care working to keep going during a time like COVID-19.
When society is still largely shut down, home care—and therefore caregiver recruitment—must continue.
The day you stop recruiting is the day you decide your agency doesn’t need to grow anymore.
Caregiver recruitment has its challenges right now. While COVID-19 has so many aspects of home care management turning on a dime, it’s important to stay ahead on what’s working and what’s not.
As far as recruitment, what’s working is a mixture of new ideas that weren’t really on the radar before, and best practices that were already important but have become more necessary during COVID.
Based on talking with home care agencies across the industry and working closely with recruitment experts at companies like myCNAjobs, here are some tips that are helping agencies most in recruitment right now.