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.
Over half of your new hires will quit this year—at $2,600 in turnover costs per caregiver, that’s an onboarding oversight you can’t afford to make. Learn how to adjust your interview process to identify the caregivers who will stick around.
With 10.4 million job openings in the U.S. right now, last year’s hiring efforts won’t make the cut. Update your recruitment strategy to include these 6 vital ingredients to compete in today’s competitive job market.
The struggle to find and retain caregivers is nothing new to the home care industry. Developing effective recruitment strategies while simultaneously working to reduce caregiver turnover and retain top talent is more vital than ever with the explosion in the number of older adults desiring care at home.
2.3 million Americans are looking for a career change in 2022. Take advantage of The Great Resignation by showing job seekers from these backgrounds why home care should be their next step.
The United States is projected to see a national shortage of 151,000 care workers by 2030—remembering to say “thank you” just may be the key to keeping the caregivers you already have.
Solving these five common deal-breakers could save your agency an average of $171,600 in annual caregiver turnover costs that you could be investing into a reputation makeover instead.
94% of agencies have had to turn down new clients in the past two months due to a lack of staff. Here's how you can use Indeed to recruit more caregivers.
Whether candidates are dropping off while applying online, during the interview process, or not even making it to their first shift, there are often factors it can be attributed to — you might just have to do a bit of digging.
While we may claim that we view caregivers as the priceless assets that they are, there are bigger questions to consider. Do we really show it? Are our caregivers really feeling it?