Recruitment and Retention
Over the last few months, work as we know it has drastically changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The fear of contracting COVID-19 has forced home health agencies to get creative with how they recruit and onboard staff to fill any shortages they are seeing.
When the video of George Floyd handcuffed on the ground with a white Minneapolis police officer’s knee on his neck went viral, public outrage included claims of systemic racism in many law enforcement agencies.
If you’re like most businesses, you’re eager to reopen or return to “normal” operations as soon as possible.
When looking at data related to revenue, costs and profits, employee engagement might seem more subjective than tracking actual dollar amounts. 
Employers can take steps to combat the spread of misinformation and myths about COVID-19. 
Some states are loosening restrictions and allowing at least some businesses to reopen.
As some states begin to loosen restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, employers are eager to get back to business but also worried about potential legal liability triggered by the virus.
COVID-19 has added an additional layer of distraction for possible job applicants, making it even more difficult to drive consistent response from your job posts.
The closures of schools and daycares across the nation forced some agencies to get creative and look into implementing childcare policies and modifying employee leave and work-from-home policies.


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