|| Free E-Book|| Changing the way you search and target potential applicants can change the quantity and quality of your pool, often improving your options.
|| 2 minute read || A new study into recruitment in the care industry has concluded that appointing candidates with the right values and attitudes is more effective than choosing those with other, perhaps more traditional, qualities.
|| 4 minute read || A values based approach to recruitment and retention is about finding and keeping people who have the right values and attitude to work in a care environment. This report provides an assessment of the longer-term impact by capturing changes in key business performance indicators such as staff retention, absence and performance measures.
||3 minute read|| In these challenging times of funding and delivery model changes on top of staff shortage challenges, a helping hand in getting an effective, productive and stable workforce can mean the difference between being a “Leader in Aged Care” or a worrying headline in the news. We give you the inside scoop to outsourcing parts of your HR activities.
Even though it is winter, our Care Source Salary Guide – Autumn 2016 is still very popular and relevant.
Behavioural Screening as Part of Selection – Delivering Quick, Cost Effective Results Much has been written about the growing staff and skills shortage facing the sector. This is clearly a priority issue, but with staff turnover in the sector averaging 25% for frontline care roles the issue compounds, accelerating the War for Staff we are watching unfold right now. Solutions are often complex requiring a “national” response, however significant inroads can, and have been made “locally”….