28 Jan How do I Improve Homecare Agency Staff Retention?
Home Health Agency Staff Retention
With a nationwide shortage of qualified nurses and caregivers in the U.S which has been growing over the last few years, as well as a pandemic creating even more disruption, home health care agency staffs have been pushed to their limits. Attracting and keeping skilled caregivers in your agency has never been more important. What are the secrets to making your agency an attractive place to work and keeping your staff happy for the long haul?
Home Healthcare agencies can improve staff retention by refining some practices they already have in place while implementing new ideas that will encourage loyalty in their employees. Most companies already have a foundation for employee retention in place and simply need to build on it.
What you will learn in this whitepaper
- The four foundations of solidifying staff retention and how to implement them in your agency
- How to communicate effectively with your staff, creating an environment that nurtures and empowers caregivers to thrive even in a challenging homecare landscape.
- What tools to empower caregivers with to make their job easier, hence increasing their overall happiness and commitment.
- Key strategies to become the kind of business that is attractive to homecare professionals in a market where their services are in high demand
- Data and statistics on turnover, employee satisfaction, patient demographics, and industry trends
Staff retention is one of the single most important cornerstones of a successful home health care agency. ALORA is committed to providing industry resources, insights, and content that will allow your agency to perform better and achieve the growth and stability needed to thrive in today’s occasionally daunting homecare outlook.
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The Four Foundations to Improved Staff Retention in Home Health Whitepaper
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