The need for fast, results-driven hiring systems is a must for the growing long-term care sector. Considering the skyrocketing hospital costs that do not necessarily improve the patient’s quality of life, rising preference for LTC settings in homes, hospices, assisted living facilities and nursing homes is expected. It goes without saying that this industry requires highly skilled and competent professionals—even more so as it is projected to grow by as much as 6.4% in 2024 from its value of $333 billion in 2016.
Human Resources departments in long-term care companies know the challenge all too well. The process of assessing, screening, signing up, and training new long-term care specialists is a daunting task. Many times, companies miss out on the small but important details, resulting to unreliability of results and costly violations of federal or local background screening guidelines.