Month: August 2019

How to deal with difficult patients and kids

5 Ways of Dealing With Difficult Patients

Whether you’re working with a young person with mental health issues or attending to the needs of an elderly person, dealing with difficult patients is very common in the care industry. In order for you to solve any difficulties, first, you need to put yourself in the patients’ shoes. How will they be feeling? What […]

CV assessment - how to find top care workers

CV Assessment Checklist: 9 Signs of a Top Care Worker

CV assessment can be very monotonous and dull – especially if you have to wade through over 20 a day. After a while, it’s only natural to start skim-reading CVs and cover letters, which could result in you missing out on a top candidate. The most frustrating part is that there’s a reported lack of […]

4 Ways of Handling Long Shift Patterns

4 Ways of Handling Long Shift Patterns

One of the most challenging aspects of working in the care industry is negotiating long shift patterns. The definition of shift work is defined as a job that starts before 8am or finishes after 6pm. It’s also associated with work hours that break a person’s normal sleep pattern and exceed regular 7.5-8 hour shifts. Some […]

7 Interview Questions to Help Find a Top Care Worker

7 Interview Questions to Help Find a Top Care Worker

Carrying out an interview for any job can be very daunting for managers and senior staff, particularly when deciding which of the 100’s of interview questions to ask. There’s always the pressure of making a good impression to the candidate, and then there’s the simple task of choosing the right one to work within your […]

How to Reduce Interview Nerves

How to Reduce Interview Nerves

You’ve perfected your CV, passed your pre-screening test with flying colours and now you’ve been invited to attend an interview with an organisation or care recruitment agency. Then they hit you, the dreaded interview nerves. Don’t fear, according to experts, only 2% of job seekers will be offered an interview, so you should take great […]

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