When recruiting and hiring a new manager for your care service, the week before and the first few weeks in your organisation are the most important time to ensure your new recruit becomes an effective and intrinsic part of your team. Samuel Barrington, the Chief Executive of Care Improvement Associates has over 23 years of care, quality and compliance experience. He understands the importance of recruiting the right manager for your service and making sure they are set up well from day one in your organisation.
Every month we offer an insight into our staff that make Prospect Health successful through their dedicated efforts to secure recruitment solutions for their clients. Today we speak to Will, whose has excelled in recruiting for Care jobs. Here he speaks about his experiences in Care recruitment.
When applying for a job as a Care Home manager or Nurse it’s a really good idea to check out your new place of employment first.
How Care Homes Can Support the Right Attitudes, Values and Cultures to Improve the State of Care?
In a 24 hour sector, this is thought provoking research for both employers and employees alike:
You are probably familiar with the saying that ‘people leave Managers, not companies’; this couldn’t be truer in relation to the Care Sector and the implications are wide reaching.
Within the next 10 years, one in three of those over 65 years of age, are expected to be living with Dementia. I live in North Yorkshire, which has an older than average population; making these figures quite staggering.
Here are the top 5 considerations as to why a Nurse should work in the private sector rather than the NHS: