Our latest report uncovered a few fascinating insights that can most certainly lead to a competitive advantage in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
myCNAjobs is pleased to announce the release of its latest Caregiver Trend Report, analyzing 1,284 professional caregivers, companions, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants. The trend report, published quarterly, offers a behind the scenes look at key caregiver motivators to arm employers with a real-time pulse on the professional caregiver market to hire and retain their talent more effectively.
The report comes at a time when homecare agencies, assisted living communities and nursing homes are under increased pressure to retain their talent and often can’t hire qualified talent quickly enough to meet business demands.
The 16-page report, available for download, outlines key caregiver motivators to attract and retain top talent while providing insight into the most common challenges faced by hiring managers across the country.
"Our latest report uncovered a few fascinating insights that can most certainly lead to a competitive advantage in an increasingly competitive marketplace," says Chief Marketing Officer, Brandi Kurtyka.
A few insights from the report include:
- 20% of professional caregivers receive 1-2 calls for work each week, regardless of employment status (competitors are actively trying to poach employees to fill their own pipeline).
- 10% of the workforce would leave a job for a $.25 or less increase in pay.
- Commute to work is the single most important factor in deciding if a caregiver will accept an interview and position (a factor left out of most interview requests).
The report also outlines the influence of pay on retention rates, small incentives that can easily be employed to entice caregivers to work hard-to-fill shifts, and perceptions of working for an independent versus franchise organization.
Press and franchise partners, contact brandi(at)myCNAjobs(dot)com for interviews and further information.
To download the report, visit 2013 Q4 Caregiver Trend Report.
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.