Webinar: Paid Time Off: Creating and Structuring a Benefit Program to Recruit, Retain, Reward

Many of us take paid time off for granted, but most home care field staff do not receive this benefit so they don’t get paid if they’re not working. Offering this highly desirable benefit is one way to reward employees, distinguish your company from your competitors, and enable you to attract better employees who are loyal and highly motivated.

Some states have already adopted paid sick leave programs and that trend is expected to spread, so this could be the perfect time for your agency to get ahead of the government, as well as your competition. Join Private Duty Home Care at NAHC for this lively and informative discussion with a top employment industry expert.

Learning Objectives:

  • Sick time, vacation time, or PTO – how to structure time off to best benefit your organization and your staff
  • Mental health/personal days – why they’re important and what you can do to implement them easily
  • How rewarding staff that works can lead to long-term staff retention and loyalty


  • Greg Henderson, Human Resources Outsourcing Manager at Whirks


  • NAHC Members: Free
  • Non-members: $49

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