myCNAjobs Launches Caregiver Check-in, Arming Employers with Real Time Caregiver Workforce

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myCNAjobs announces caregiver check-in as its latest release in order to better help companions and certified nursing assistants find local work.

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This powerful new feature will allow hiring managers to tap into an easily filterable, on-demand workforce.

myCNAjobs, a companion and certified nursing assistant recruitment vehicle for employers, is pleased to announce its latest release – caregiver check-in.

Caregivers seeking work with homecare agencies, assisted living communities, and nursing homes are able to apply one time for all jobs in the network. After application submittal, caregivers can now "check-in" for work every three weeks to flag local employers of their availability.

"In an industry plagued with high caregiver turnover and the high dollars at stake for companies to hire quality local talent quickly, we’re pleased to announce the release of caregiver check-in," comments Brandi Kurytka, Chief Marketing Officer of Chicago-based myCNAjobs. "This powerful new feature will allow hiring managers to tap into an easily filterable, on-demand workforce."

Applicants are able to check-in with a simple click of a button via desktop or mobile while employers are able to filter hundreds of thousands of local applicants, laser targeted based on zip code and unique hiring criteria specific to the industry.

Further, the myCNAjobs Recruitment Squad, a powerful team of digital recruiters, proactively drives applicants into the zip codes when and where companies need them.

"We’re an on-demand workforce that’s backed by a team of digital savvy individuals focused on delivering talent supply based on demand," adds Kurtyka.

The caregiver check-in release is announced just a few short weeks after the latest product announcement, caregiver badges.

To learn more about myCNAjobs’ suite of tools, visit myCNAjobs.

About myCNAjobs:

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.

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