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If you’re facing a major shortage of caregivers right now, know that you’re not alone. Here are some out-of-the-box ideas to spark your recruitment efforts and engage with more caregivers.
As the first line of contact, home care schedulers play an important role in satisfaction – both, for clients and caregivers. It's important that they have the training needed to be successful in their roles.
Recruitment and retention are especially difficult right now. Make sure you are keeping your staff happy and engaged with well-thought-out benefits that take your agency to the next level.
While the situation continues to turn on a dime, data is beginning to paint a more complete picture of what COVID-19 looks like for home care agencies.
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.
What's the role of a home care agency in a state that has ordered its population to shelter in place? How are agencies' operations affected? Does demand for home care increase or decrease in a global pandemic? We asked two home care leaders in lockdown states to get their take.