WEBINAR: “Increasing Caregiver Retention Through Caregiver Recognition”
With the recent release of the “2015 Private Duty Benchmarking Study,” the data is clear and caregiver retention should be at the forefront of the minds of every home care provider who wishes to be successful. For this reason, we at Home Care Pulse have declared 2015 the unofficial “Year of the Caregiver,” in hopes to inspire focus in the industry on combating the trend occurring. In this brief 30-minute webinar Home Care Pulse COO, Erik Madsen, discusses one particularly impactful strategy for reducing caregiver turnover – recognition. Erik provides a framework, as well as context and examples of a proper caregiver recognition program, and how it can be done regardless of the financial position your business may be in.
Download “Why Employee Recognition Matters in Your Home Care Business” a white paper to help you increase caregiver retention.
Your caregivers drive the success of your business, making it important to keep them motivated and happy to the degree you’re able. This white paper offers suggestions for ways caregivers prefer to be recognized, take from Home Care Pulse’s caregiver satisfaction interview results published in the “2014 Private Duty Benchmarking Study.” Hint: a pay raise isn’t necessarily what your caregivers are looking for.
Download “The WHY” Caregiver Job Ad Example to attract higher quality caregivers.
Review this example job ad that focuses on “The WHY” behind your home care business and attract caregivers who share your vision. If you can attract caregivers who who understand “your why,” you can reduce caregiver turnover and increase client satisfaction.
Who is Home Care Pulse?
Home Care Pulse is the private duty home care industry’s largest research firm. We specialize in gathering client/caregiver feedback with our unrivaled Satisfaction Management program. We also gather data on the industry as a whole with our Annual Benchmarking Studies. Our goal is to use this data to enable home care providers to dramatically improve their quality of care, help retain clients, reduce caregiver turnover, and drive growth.