September 2021 Private Duty Data Point: Office Staff Salaries

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Office staff turnover doesn’t grab the headlines like caregiver turnover, but there’s a strong correlation (and likely causation) between the two. Home care agencies that maintain office staff longer nearly always retain caregivers longer. According to our annual Home Care Benchmarking Study, for every 1 office staff member who quits, you’ll lose 5 additional caregivers. If you’ve […]

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Home Health and Hospice Execs to See Salary Bump in 2019

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The average salary increase planned for 2019 for corporate positions in multi-facility long-term care organizations is 2.61 percent, but home health and hospice executives should expect to see an even bigger bump, according to the 35th edition of the “Multi-Facility Corporate Compensation Report,” published by the Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service. Home health and hospice […]

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What Home Health Aides Earn Varies from State to State

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There is an enormous need for home health aides in the United States right now, and that need will only continue to grow in the future. As reported here in NAHC Report, home health aide is the most in-demand job in the country, and there is projected to be a massive shortage of home health […]

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Home Health Salaries Rose in 2018, but So Did Turnover

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Home health workers saw an increase in their salaries in 2018, but it did not stop the constant employee churn that has become a symbol of some of the workforce challenges facing the industry in recent years and into the future. The latest Home Care Salary & Benefits report from New Jersey-based Hospital & Healthcare […]

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