How Technology Can Help Eliminate Home Care Employee Churn
Presented by Brady Murphy (AlayaCare)
Across the United States, 15 percent of residents are over the age of 65 — and by 2060, it’s expected that one in four Americans will be in the retirement zone. This aging society presents challenges and opportunities across a wide swath of industries and sectors. It’s hard to imagine a market more invested in this population than home care, where demand is surging and agencies strategize on staying competitive and capitalizing on this moment in time. One clear factor is having the right teams in place to keep the business moving into the future. The right technology can help prevent churn before an employee even entertains their departure — and can predict hiring needs before employees join an organization too. While this type of insight is only beginning to emerge, the picture is becoming clearer. What if you knew, based on data, that in the next two months you will need one mental health worker in Long Island whose shifts will fall on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays? Or that three new personal support workers will be needed to support the Seattle area? Predictive technology is the way of the future and it will enable home care agencies to hire proactively.