We're finding there's a lot of snake oil in this industry and we've seen caregivers pay for and attend CNA programs that don't meet state requirements.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 18, 2013
myCNAjobs announces the addition of two new resources to its growing caregiver resources center for professional caregivers seeking caregiver, home health aide, and certified nursing assistant jobs.
The first resource is a CNA School Guide outlining evaluation criterion for prospective students to take into account when selecting a local CNA school program to obtain state certification. The guide offers tips from the myCNAjobs Recruitment Squad, a team of digitally savvy recruiters that works with local schools and caregivers seeking work on a daily basis.
"We're finding there's a lot of snake oil in this industry and we've seen caregivers pay for and attend CNA programs that don't meet state requirements," comments Chelsea Cramer, Recruitment Squad Director for Chicago-based myCNAjobs. "We launched the latest resource to help guide students towards local nurse aide registries for states that list accredited programming and list schools that may be banned."
The second resource is a Caregiver Health Insurance Guide to explain what the Affordable Healthcare Reform means for those working professional caregiver jobs. The guide explains the Reform, cost implications, enrollment information, and provides a direct link to myCNAjobs' caregiver insurance support line allowing professional caregivers to talk with an agent to learn more.
To learn more, visit the Caregiver Resource Center.
myCNAjobs is a caregiver recruitment and insight vehicle to find rewarding work and hire and retain caregivers, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants more effectively. myCNAjobs publishes The Caregiver Trend Report quarterly.