The Care Hub team have their sleeves rolled up ready to make 2020 your year for successful social care recruitment and retention.
Now is the perfect time for care companies like yours to start a new recruitment process. We understand that most managers don’t know how to drive recruitment activity, and even if they did they certainly wouldn’t have the time to do it. Why would they? They are equipped to run a busy care business.
In our humble opinion, a very large part of the care sector is virtually in the dark ages when it comes to recruitment and this is the main reason why high staff turnover and agency costs are hurting profits.
Upon reflection, it’s easy to see why people just pick up the phone and call an agency. It’s the convenience factor. It’s the same reason why UBER has become so successful so quickly. I use it all the time personally because 99% of the time its reliable and its convenient. Will I pay a bit extra? Of course I will, I don’t even need to carry cash, therefore I don’t feel the cost…well, not until I get my bill and see how much I was charged. This is just like using a recruitment agency. It’s convenient and for most, it’s not until you run your payroll or process your accounts that you realise how much you’ve spent or wasted on staffing and recruitment agencies.
I know it may seem a harsh read but in the real world, this is how it is. Just think for a moment, how many sectors are there in the UK job market where you could take 100,000+ out of unemployment tomorrow if you could just find the right people who possess the right behaviours and motivational factors.
In order to change things care providers need to change too.
Want to learn more? Book a free 1-1 consultation and we’ll show you how you can improve the quality and quantity of your employee recruitment.
Don’t go back to your old ways, speak to Scott Sherriden and get it nailed – 2020 is your year for successful social care recruitment.
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