it's amazing how gaining a better understanding of how caregivers are motivated can result in a better caregiver experience, employer experience, and ultimately a better match in-home.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 21, 2014
myCNAjobs’ CEO, Brandi Kurtyka, will lead 200+ Decision Health Private Duty Conference attendees in a closing general session today in Las Vegas, NV.
The session, titled “Data-Driven Caregiver Recruitment”, will take attendees through the latest research in enticing companions, certified nursing assistants, and home health aides to apply for caregiver jobs, show-up to the interview, and how to build a culture of selling to entice top talent into organizations.
"Spreading the word on how to get more of the right caregivers into the homes of seniors is an extreme privilege,” says Brandi Kurtyka, CEO of Chicago-based myCNAjobs.
During the session, attendees will learn how to attract more caregivers to job ads, encourage more caregivers to show-up to the interview, and learn how a few small tweaks to their existing strategies can optimize the caregiver recruitment process.
"There's no silver bullet when it comes to caregiver recruitment," adds Kurtyka. "However, it's amazing how gaining a better understanding of how caregivers are motivated can result in a better caregiver experience, employer experience, and ultimately a better match in-home."
Also attending the Decision Health Private Duty Convention are Nathan Kurtyka, Chief Technology Officer, Maggie Keen, Director of Customer Success, and Peter Cook, Sr. Account Executive.
Kurtyka is co-founder of myCNAjobs, caregiver recruitment expert, speaker, and author of the Caregiver Trend Report.
To learn more, visit 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.