myCNAjobs.com, the nation’s largest professional caregiver network, announces the release of The Caregiver Trend Report: Disconnected, the industry’s most comprehensive collection of data and trends for caregiving professionals.
“Seventy-three percent of home care agency owners are extremely concerned about recruitment and 61% report turning down a case due to lack of staff within the past 30 days,” says Brandi Kurtyka, CEO of Tampa-based myCNAjobs.
The state of the industry report provides valuable insight to help home care leaders better understand caregiver motivations and how job search has changed over the past 12 months.
The report examines what’s most important in evaluating a company, job offer, pay, benefits, and more.
Data was collected across multiple studies including a caregiver survey conducted in January 2019, a home care study representing 463 home care providers, and a pay analysis of millions of caregivers nationwide.
Key areas explored include:
- Wage data
- Review frequency
- Mentorship & training programs
- Processing impact
- Reasons caregivers join and leave a company
“There’s a growing disconnect between how agencies and caregivers think about work,” adds Kurtyka. “The management of this disconnect is what will separate average agencies from high-performing industry leaders.”
The Caregiver Trend Report is currently available for download here.
Maggie Keen, Vice President Strategic Initiatives
myCNAjobs is the largest professional caregiver network in the nation and offers a suite of recruitment tools to hire caregivers, CNAs, and Home Health Aides. To hire, visit: www.myCNAjobs.com/hire.