Developing a professional means fostering positive career choices and ensuring that your employees feel that you are invested in their capabilities and want to see them grow. Are you setting them up for success?
What does Amazon’s One Medical acquisition mean for the home-based care industry? Business owners in home health, hospice, home care, and primary at-home care could all be under threat.
Paying Your Care Staff More Won’t Keep Them Around Longer—Here are 4 Solutions that Will, According to the Experts
Paying your care staff more won’t keep them around longer. Kristen Duell, HCP’s New Chief Marketing Officer, and other industry experts explain what really retains care staff and why pay rates won’t cover up the real issues of turnover and lack of engagement.
The benefit of having a strong relationship between nurse and nursing assistant is priceless. From professional caregivers to certified nursing assistants, the nurse's relationship with these key staff members can impact overall job satisfaction and the quality of care clients and patients receive.
Let your agency’s first impression do the recruiting. Attract new hires by delivering what your caregivers are really looking for in their new employee onboarding.
If your home care company is growing (or you’d like it to be), SEO and PPC campaigns are a vital component to your success—but if you find yourself lost in the lingo and struggling to understand the metrics, you’re not alone!
Your caregivers’ first 90 days will cost you $136,890—in annual turnover costs, that is. Find out what is causing 57% of your employees to change their minds about your agency in their first 3 months of working with you and what only you can do to prevent it.
Recognizing your caregivers doesn’t always have to cost you money. Learn how to recognize your caregivers in a way that resonates with them and see an 80% increase in employee loyalty.
94% of employees would stay with a company longer if they felt their learning and development was encouraged. Learn how to motivate your caregivers to complete their training before they’re motivated to find employment elsewhere.
As unprecedented turnover persists in most industries, resilient home care agencies are adapting their business practices to meet the challenge of caregiver retention.
The average home care agency will spend $136,890 on caregiver turnover costs this year. Hire an office staff member to focus exclusively on hiring instead.