Our managing director Scott Sherriden spoke at the Care Show earlier this month on the topic of recruitment and retention in social care.
His talk was one of the top three most attended events at this years show and his diary is packed with follow-up calls and requests to share his presentation deck since getting back into the office.
This demand highlights not just the interest in recruitment and retention within the care sector, but the fact providers are looking for workable solutions, processes and procedures to get their recruitment and retention right.
Like most people, you’ll be well aware that the sector is suffering with terrible staff retention rates. Care Workers have the highest rate of turnover, which currently stands at 40%, compared to 11.9% for Nurses at NHS acute trusts. To pile even more pressure on the sector, there are at least a 110,000 open vacancies right now and Skills for Care estimate that will need another 500-800,000 more workers over the next 10-12yrs.
That’s a lot of jobs to fill!
The good news is you haven’t missed your opportunity to benefit from Scott’s advice on how to source and retain the talent you need to grow your business.
Book your call with Scott and benefit from his considerable experience to find the right staff with the right values, and his formula for ditching agency staff dependency and costs with proven step-by-step guidance.
When competition for care workers, coupled with a poor sector image, and low pay is working against you, you need a process that’s guaranteed to work.
The Care Hub are masters at social care recruitment and retention, book a free consultation here with the sector’s proven recruitment transformation experts, guaranteed to save you time and money.