Regardless if you’re working for a small or large primary or home care clinic, a State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) staffing agency can make a world of difference.

While you deal with trying to keep up with your patients, it can be hard to keep up with regular business duties. That’s where an STNA staffing agency comes in handy. Want to know a few of their benefits? Let’s take a look.

Reduce the Number of Interviews You Need to Conduct
As of 2017, the home healthcare industry employs about 1.9 million people in 417,966 businesses. While the number already employed is high, the number of people trying to land an STNA job is even higher. The interview process can be a lot on an employer. There are so many people to look at and resumes to sort through, all while dealing with low staffing problems. A staffing service will take care of all of that for you so you can focus on other business tasks. Not only will you not have to sort through thousands of CVs, you’ll save money by not dealing with staffing shortages and turnover. You’ll have more time to focus on your patients which will ultimately increase customer satisfaction.

Expand Your Search
If hiring new employees is at the top of your task list, an STNA staffing agency can help you expand your reach. While you may be used to working with people strictly in your area, an STNA staffing agency will help you find qualified applicants in different states around the country. Not only will you be exposed to more qualified candidates but you’ll also be working with the competition. Many other centers don’t have access to these global searches, but if you do, you’re a step ahead of everyone else.

Work With a Personalized Service
With so many different clinics and centers out there, it helps to take every edge you can get. Using a staffing agency will help you knock down the competition one at a time. They’ll understand what your company’s mission and personality are so they can best help you reach specific people, increase retention, reduce costs, and increase patient satisfaction.

STNAs should be worried about first aid, CPR, and their patients- not about how they’re stacking up against other clinics. With the help of a staffing agency, no one will have to worry about those business-related tasks anymore and can focus more on pleasing their patients.