I'm having a hard time recruiting CNA's.. .any suggestions? I've tried LinkedIn and I'm getting know place. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!
Jul 20, '17
Try looking into socioeconomic research for your area.
Where do you live? (State / County)
Average income for similar work?
Incentives? (even offering PTO from day one is a good incentive)
Tuition Reimbursement? (trust me, you will get quality CNAs if you offer some form of tuition reimbursement - because nursing students will gravitate to this)
Retirement investment plan? (Think: Fidelity)
It is not just about salary...
Here is how I have seen Employers change since the 1980s.
Most employers in the 1980s invested in employees as a valuable part of the company.
When we hit the 21st century, employers look at employees as dispensible commodities now.
So the most basic question to ask yourself: What can I offer new employees that make them FEEL valued?
If all an employer offers is a salary and maybe a performance bonus - see ya!
HONESTY is always key. Be clear and concise about the work load involved.
Also, what have you done to try and recruit?