Recruitment and Retention
01/14/2022
The national average hourly rate for home health nurses was $35.20 in 2021, up 2.98% from the previous time period, according to the 2021-2022 Home Care Salary & Benefits Report.
01/06/2022
One area in which your return on investment can be difficult to measure is recruitment. The process is often a murky one, with casual conversations that lead to hiring pipelines, and it isn’t always cut and dried.
01/06/2022
Hybrid offices are here to stay, along with remote learning and meetings.
12/29/2021
As agencies lean on recruitment bonuses to attract quality staff, you must consider the impact on overtime for non-exempt staff to avoid compliance risks.
12/02/2021
Throughout the pandemic many agencies have had to turn down referrals because of staff shortages. “It’s become very difficult for agencies to find quality staff."
11/18/2021
Agencies large and small are facing the potential for looming resignations due to the staff vaccine mandates, on top of any fall/winter surges in COVID-19. When it comes to staffing, agencies need to hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
11/05/2021
As home health agencies struggle with what has become known as “the great resignation,” a spotlight has been placed on company culture and how it impacts staff satisfaction, and thus, retention.
10/21/2021
Within each company is a unique culture defined by the people within it. At the same time, several important qualities span many different organizations to contribute to their upbeat natures.
10/14/2021
It might seem that economic incentives can pull a new hire into the door, but the incentives won’t necessarily keep them there.
10/07/2021
While some recruiting tips may hold true no matter who the candidate, it still pays to understand a bit about the differences found in the latest generation to enter the workforce: Gen Z. With that in mind, this article looks at some things employers may want to consider when recruiting this generation.

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