myCNAjobs Releases HomeCare Guide to Better Arm Caregivers Exploring In Home Care Jobs

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Caregivers must be better prepared to enter the healthcare workforce in order to add more value to caregiver agencies and remain long term.

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With caregiver turnover rates and retention issues across the board, we’re trying to arm caregivers - both new and experienced - with as many tools as possible to learn the various career paths and how to grow within them

myCNAjobs announces the release of a Home Care Duties Resource Guide - a comprehensive tool to help new potential caregiver recruits learn and understand the responsibilities of homecare jobs. The guide is segmented into three sections:

1. Basic Caregiver Duties, Caring for the Elderly in Home
2. Live-in Caregiver Program & Duties
3. Caregiver Wages

The guide breaks down the duties of in-home caregiver and CNA jobs to succinct descriptions and responsibilities, outlining the top ten caregiver responsibilities. The guide also covers scheduling and wage expectations based on geography and experience.

“With caregiver turnover rates and retention issues across the board, we’re trying to arm caregivers - both new and experienced - with as many tools as possible to learn the various career paths and how to grow within them,” says Chelsea Cramer, Recruitment Squad Director with myCNAjobs.

myCNAjobs offers other useful guides and tools for caregivers including a daily vlog channel, an active social community, an easy one-step caregiver job application, and a robust caregiver resource center. For employers hiring Non-medical Caregivers, Home Health Aides, and Certified Nursing Assistants, myCNAjobs offers cutting-edge caregiver recruiting tools backed by an entire team - the Recruitment Squad - dedicated to driving qualified caregivers into the network on a daily basis.

To learn more or to apply for caregiver and CNA jobs, visit the In Home Care Jobs Guide.

About myCNAjobs:

myCNAjobs, a caregiver and CNA recruitment vehicle, is a comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers and certified nursing assistants more effectively.

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