Caregiver Turnover Rate is 65.2% According to 2021 Home Care Benchmarking Study
Home Care Pulse released its annual Benchmarking Study last Wednesday, and with it comes a wealth of information to understand how home care changed and adapted throughout the historic year of 2020 and what will drive success for agencies in 2021. One of the most interesting data points is the caregiver turnover rate for 2020 - which was 65.2% compared to the 2019 rate of 64.3%. Only a slight climb, especially during a whirlwind year, is “a huge victory” for the industry as a whole, according to Erik Madsen, the CEO of Home Care Pulse.
The next installment of HCAOA’s Agency Momentum webinar series will feature Madsen as he takes a deep dive into the Benchmarking Study content. Attendees will learn:
You can register for the June installment of the Agency Momentum series here!
It's interesting to know that the caregiver industry had a huge victory in 2020 because they have around 65.2% turnover rate compared to 2019 which only got 64.3%. I can imagine how home health job opportunities would be more needed these days after the pandemic happened. In my opinion, it's because people of old age have become more inactive due to just staying in their homes for longer periods of time.
11/2/2022 02:26:43 am
I am looking to see how I can attend these web meetings.
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11/2/2022 10:27:30 am
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