Helping Hands Caregivers is a home care agency located in Green Bay, WI. We recently sat down with their top recruiter, Abby to learn about their caregiver jobs and get the skinny on what they offer. Below is a summary of our interview.
How many caregivers do you currently employ and what roles are you hiring for right now (i.e. caregiver jobs, CNA jobs, home health aide jobs)?
Helping Hands Caregivers – Green Bay, WI employs 100-250 employees and is currently hiring caregivers with no certification required.
How many positions do you have open and what shifts are available?
Helping Hands Caregivers – Green Bay, WI is actively looking to hire great candidates. With 5-10 open positions, Immediate full-time & part-time day shifts are available.
Tell us about some of the benefits offered to your team members.
Helping Hands Caregivers – Green Bay, WI offers an array of benefits including flexible scheduling for part time employees with paid orientation and training, working in a 1:1 in home setting providing activities of daily living, supportive cares (ie: light housekeeping, laundry, meal prep), and companionship, work as little as 10 hours per week, full time employees are offered health insurance, 401k, paid time off, including pto on your birthday, and the ability to use a company vehicle if hired for the agency in home caregiver position.
What is unique about working for your company? Describe a benefit or something about your culture that someone may not know from reading your job ads.
“We excel in providing 1:1 care for clients in addition to offering a great work-life balance where you can control your schedule. A great perk is that you do not have to be medication certified as Helping Hands Caregivers does not pass medications but may be required to remind clients to take their medications at scheduled times.“
What qualities do you look for in hiring a great employee?
“Compassionate, trustworthy, reliable, and patient.”
Describe any training or career path opportunities you may offer, including if you’d like to recruit people without past experience that want to learn to care for others.
“We provide on-site orientation and training for everyone by offering mentor shifts and PCW 1, 2, and 3 levels.“
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