How to Leverage Your Office Staff to Make Your Agency a Caregiver Retention Powerhouse

Wednesday, October 31st | 2pm Eastern | 30 minutes + Q&A

All registrants will receive a link to the webinar replay as soon as it's available.

Over 70% of caregiver complaints directly involve office staff. Learn how you can work with your office staff to tackle turnover head-on.

In September, we explored the top ten complaints from caregivers across the industry. The results were conclusive—the vast majority of their complaints involve home care office staff. This month, we're breaking down what you can do to address these complaints and boost your caregiver retention. Join Aaron Marcum, founder and CEO of Home Care Pulse, as he shares data-driven methods and specific strategies your office staff can use to make your agency a place where caregivers want to stick around. 
By attending you will...
  • Better understand the role your office staff play in turnover and retention
  • Gain actionable knowledge to make retention a competitive advantage
  • Learn important strategies to make your office staff your greatest asset for retention
  • Participate in a Q&A session for all attendees. 

Fill out the form on this page to register and save your seat now! All registrants will receive a link to the replay and slides following the October 31st session.



Presented by...

Aaron Marcum

Aaron Marcum
Home Care Pulse Founder & CEO

Though Aaron received his degree from Utah State University in business and history, he quickly realized that his passion was in working with seniors. For eight years, Aaron owned and operated a highly successful home care agency. This work inspired him to start Home Care Pulse, aimed at helping home care providers measure and improve their quality of care. As Home Care Pulse has grown, Aaron has most enjoyed helping providers to accomplish their goals, empower their employees, and confidently provide the best in-home care. When Aaron isn’t working with providers, you can find him fishing, hiking, and camping with his family.