Of all of the caregivers you hired in 2020, how many are still working with you? Of the caregivers who left, how many would you rehire?
One of the topics that came up in a recent Caregiver Quality Mastermind Group was how many members have a program to re-hire former caregivers. Very few have a formal program, but nearly everyone could identify former caregivers they would rehire in a minute of they could get them back.
Research at Caregiver Quality Assurance shows there are four types of terminations of caregivers:
1. Bad Fit – a new hire who quits in the first ten to thirty days because they are not a good fit for the job.
2. Voluntary – Unpreventable – a caregiver leaves voluntarily because of a change in their circumstances such as moving out of town. The caregiver is re-hirable.
3. Voluntary – Preventable – a caregiver leaves for a reason that you could have prevented if you were aware of it. The caregiver is re-hirable.
4. Involuntary – the caregiver is terminated for cause. The caregiver is not re-hirable.
Two of the four are caregivers that you would rehire if you could. In this interactive Town Hall meeting, we’ll discuss in detail strategies to grow your home care business by re-hiring those caregivers who left but may be willing to come back.
Join Us on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 2:00 pm Eastern Time when Stephen Tweed, CEO of Leading Home Care … a Tweed Jeffries company, and Founder of Caregiver Quality Assurance will give you the latest information on Grow Your Business by Re-hiring Former Caregivers. Open to Clients, Mastermind Members, Caregiver Quality Assurance members, and Newsletter Subscribers. To attend, click the button below to register to reserve your seat and receive the Zoom link. Seats are limited, and attendance is on a first come first serve basis.