Why do managers wait for a resignation to sit own with a valued employee and understand what it would take to keep them? Frankly, it doesn’t make sense. A better approach is to institute regular stay interviews with at least your key players. Of course, in most small and midsize businesses, most employees ARE key players.
This report is a gold mine for home care and home health agencies that want to learn how caregiver job searching is changing. It provides key insights to build recruitment and retention strategies that work. Here’s my take on the report and what it means for your agency.
Ten years ago I completed my certification in Compensation Management, about the time the Great Recession hit. This was bad timing on my part. Employers didn’t do much with compensation for years. Although the recession officially ended in 2012, [...]
2019 is the Year Of Caregiver Retention at Gere Consulting when we explore different ways home care agencies can reduce the very high level of caregiver turnover. We know that compassion fatigue is a problem in health care. The [...]