As the aged care industry transforms into a Customer Directed Care (CDC) model of service, aged care providers will need to innovate to stand out.
Organisations can't afford to cut level of service, food or facilities to thrive in the new economy. In the new (CDC) model, customers get more choice. The challenging news for aged care providers is they need to change. Organisations need to cut costs and improve efficiency to stay competitive as well as improve their marketing capacity.
The huge opportunity is for organisations to make significant improvements to their human capital solutions in order to:
Personality determines whether someone will provide average care or great care.
are you measuring the key differentiator in your organisation?
For more specific ability or personality based testing, test your screened candidates prior to interview.
Pre-screen applicants, and score and rank candidates based on answers for questions regarding basic requirements to work at the organisation.
Save time and money with electronic requisitions and approvals while generating personal emails for better candidate communication.
On this dashboard you can track all of your applicants so you know, with one glance, how your recruitment process is going. Use this dashboard to:
Once an applicant has completed each assessment, it is added to your dashboard so you can have objective data to support every hiring decision you make, to get the best carers.
View applicants' cognitive abilities, personality characteristics which determine whether your applicants will provide a superior level of client care.
It is often a great concern for parents when their children are finishing up their school years, but are still undecided about what they want to do after they finish school. While this can be a stressful time, what parents often don't know is that their child is not alone; over two-thirds of school leavers are undecided on what career path they wish to follow.
It is natural for students to be hesitant in making such a large choice as this, and looking for advice is natural. A national study conducted in December 2009 has revealed 49% of year 12 graduates rely on advice from parents about what to do after secondary study. Whilst parents may be happy to be involved in discussing their child's hopes and plans for the future, often they may not be sure of what advice to give.
Often some independent career guidance can be very useful. Even for those students who are lucky enough to have access to a careers advisor through their school, these services are often stretched over many students, both in terms of time and resources.
A very useful tool is an aptitude test, or a psychologically based career interest test.
To learn more about the E-Recruitment System, and further discuss your needs, please contact one of our consultants: