40% of your care staff quit within their first 100 days on the job. Recruit to retain to save hundreds of thousands of dollars and pull yourself out of the revolving doors of recruitment and retention for good.
Winning a Best of Home Care Award is only the beginning. Learn how to make the most out of your award to attract and retain even more customers and employees than last year.
Setting yourself apart from the crowd is what separates the ultra-successful from the also-rans. In this article we'll explore five ways to do it by boosting customer and employee satisfaction.
There’s something strange in the neighborhood. There’s something weird and it don’t look good. No, we’re not talking about Slimer and Mr. Stay Puft waging a spiritual assault on New York City. We’re talking about a phenomenon that’s risen in the post-acute care industry.
Great volunteers are essential for exceptional hospice care, but building a world-class volunteer program requires strategy, tactics, and a change in mindset for some.
Post-acute care organizations should always be looking for new opportunities to expand their services and increase revenue. Veterans are a prime example of an often underserved yet highly profitable market segment.
What may be arguably as important as continuing to get new staff in the door, is ensuring that you will be able to retain the staff already in the building. There comes a point when the desire to do a good job doesn’t make up for the lack of resources and support—here's what you can do to retain satisfied long-term staff.
5 Reasons Why Building an Award-Winning Influence is Vital for the Future of the Post-Acute Care Continuum
Is post-acute care a dead-end job? Here’s why qualifying for industry awards and certifications is the only way to prove otherwise.
This guest article was contributed by Shelby Palmeri, SEO Content Writer, at CareerPlug as part of the 2022 HCP Benchmarking Report.
The list you’ve been waiting for. If you read and watch nothing else from HCP this year, these are the staff-favorite resources you can’t afford to miss.
Training for compliance ranked as the #1 priority for hundreds of agencies this year. As lack of adequate training remains the top complaint from clients, patients, and employees—it’s time to stop underestimating compliant training programs.