Have you ever read “Employee Reviews” for your company or your competition? Job sites like Indeed and Glassdoor encourage employees to rate and review their employers so that other job seekers know what to expect. For some, it’s obvious when a disgruntled employee uses the platform to vent. But for others, clear patterns emerge.
For example . . .
Two home care agencies from the same franchise have completely different employee reviews online.
One has positive reviews. Current and past employees leave comments like this:
“Supervisor treated me like family instead of the help. So, yes I would recommend this job.”
“Really good job. They take care of the employees. I loved working there.”
The other has complaints, such as:
“I have worked for this company for years, and I can honestly say this is the worst. The manager is never there. It’s impossible to contact her. And she’s always messing up our checks.”
“Poor management and home care staff are not well trained.”
The difference is in the leadership.
At 82%, caregiver turnover is the biggest threat facing the healthcare industry today.
And at least 50% of all turnover is the result of poor relationships between employees and their bosses.
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