Care Workers

Prior to the Covid 19 pandemic there was a massive shortfall of Care Workers. However, since the virus dissipated, the situation has worsened considerably.

 

Care workers in a meeting

 

On the global employment scale, the care sector is now in uncharted territory.

To work around this, many countries have introduced a specialist visa, often at a reduced cost.

For care home owners, the choice can come down to two options:

  1. Agency workers
  2. Employees sourced via recruitment agencies

In truth, there are advantages and disadvantages to both. We believe a lot of that comes down to the choice of those supporting.

At Skills Provision, we globally support care homes via the supply of top-quality manpower, all covered by a highly suitable replacement policy. We also have a comprehensive availability database that contains thousands of suitable workers.

Where Skills Provision differs from other agencies is we are a people-first organisation an ethos filtered down from the very top.

Whatever option you choose, please do your due diligence, and before moving forward, make sure you are recruitment ready:

  • How many workers do you need
  • What type of roles need to be filled
  • Is visa support available
  • What is the package
  • Is accommodation available
  • What are the language requirements
  • Is working experience needed
  • What are timeline expectations
  • Are you adept at managing a multicultural organisation (if relevant)
  • Have detailed job descriptions to hand

Tick those boxes and you will be ready.

For more information on the recruitment of Care Worker please email enquiries@skills-provision.com call +44 (0)2079890750 or utilise one of our website forms.

All calls are dealt with confidentially.

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