myCNAjobs CEO to Lead Caregiver Recruiting Roundtable at Home Helpers Annual Conference

myCNAjobs’ CEO, Brandi Kurtyka, has been invited to lead a series of (4) 30-minute Caregiver Recruiting & Retention roundtables at the 2014 Home Helpers Annual Conference in Las Vegas.

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We value our partnership with Home Helpers and we're looking forward to engaging in discussions around a topic we're so passionate about - hiring quality caregivers and devising strategies to retain them.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 05, 2014

myCNAjobs’ CEO, Brandi Kurtyka, has been invited to lead a series of (4) 30-minute Caregiver Recruiting & Retention roundtables at the 2014 Home Helpers Annual Conference in Las Vegas.

The session will guide agency owners and those responsible for hiring caregivers through a dialogue centered around hiring in a market plagued by little loyalty and high turnover.

“We value our partnership with Home Helpers and we're looking forward to engaging in discussions around a topic we're so passionate about - hiring quality caregivers and devising strategies to retain them,” says Brandi Kurtyka, CEO of Chicago-based myCNAjobs.

During the session, attendees will discuss how to attract more applicants to their jobs, encourage more caregivers to show-up to the interview, and learn from experiences of other owners from across the nation.

“Attendees will walk out of the session with new thinking to attract caregivers," adds Kurtyka.

Kurtyka is a caregiver recruitment expert, speaker, and editor of the Caregiver Trend Report.

To learn more, visit myCNAjobs or contact brandi(at)myCNAjobs.com.

About myCNAjobs
Healthcare Research LLC is the strategic source for research, education, and recruiting tools that benefit home care, assisted living, nursing home, and hospital partners. myCNAjobs, a Healthcare Research company, is a caregiver recruitment vehicle to find rewarding work and hire and retain caregivers, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants more effectively.


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