Home-based care providers have always struggled with a mismatch of supply and demand. But amid the COVID-19 crisis, it’s more important than ever for agencies to have an adequate workforce, as hospitals are relying on them to keep patients out of institutional beds.

At the same time, the coronavirus has radically changed how providers must recruit and retain workers, even just from a logistical perspective. On top of that, fear and lush new unemployment benefits are tempting some caregivers to stay home, rather than on the front lines with patients. But on the flip side, a record number of jobless claims in other industries has created new recruitment opportunities for agencies.

This one-hour webinar will explore those topics and more, while also recapping relevant regulatory changes associated with COVID-19, including paid sick time rules and unemployment eligibility for home-based care workers.

Listen to this webinar to learn:

  • What providers are doing to successfully recruit and retain caregivers amid COVID-19
  • How high unemployment is changing where agencies should look for workers
  • What actions operators can take if caregivers abuse new coronavirus workforce flexibilities
  • And more!

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Recruitment and Retention in the Face of COVID-19


Jim Robinson
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Bailey Bryant
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