If you have hired direct support professionals for long, you hired and trained employees who interviewed and tested as a good fit and yet some just wouldn’t do the job; they did it for a month or two, but eventually just left or were terminated for non-performance. Others were enthusiastic and tried hard, but for some reason just couldn’t do the job, not for lack of training, but a lack of natural aptitude.
In either case you ended up with another failed hire and possibly incidents of theft, abuse and neglect. If this sounds familiar than you will want to see this short video:
FInd out how you can increase the success of your recruiting efforts when hiring Direct Support Professionals by watching a short video!
In this video you will learn:
- How you can identify whether someone CAN and WILL do the job as a Direct Support Professional (DSP).
- Why it is so important to get the right candidate for your DSP position.
- Why many health care providers end up with bad hires that increase the possibility of theft, abuse, and neglect.
- The two statistically distinct DSP roles dependent on the consumer profile
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