Caring Senior Service Franchise Blog

Can You Fix the Caregiver Shortage?

Posted by Saundra Hwozdek on Aug 20, 2018 9:47:26 AM

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One of the questions that comes up repeatedly when potential franchisees are considering starting their own Caring Senior Service business is the impact of the increasing demand for home care workers in the coming years. Through Caring Senior Service's 27 years in the home care industry, our CEO, Jeff Salter, and his executive team concluded that there has never been, nor will there ever be a "silver bullet" that will solve the home care workforce shortage.

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Adie Walls - Caring Franchisee and Hedgehog Award Winner

Posted by Saundra Hwozdek on Jul 11, 2018 9:17:18 AM

Meet Adie Walls, 50% of the powerhouse “Team Walls,” Caring franchisees with locations in Brazoria County and Wharton, TX. Adie is the 2018 winner of the coveted Hedgehog Award, a yearly tribute voted on by Caring’s National HQ Staff and present by Caring’s CEO and Founder, Jeff Salter (both pictured above).

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The Only Road to Wealth and Job Security

Posted by Saundra Hwozdek on Jun 8, 2018 4:57:00 PM

Tony Robbins said it best when he said: “Let’s face it, we’re not about to earn our way to wealth. That’s a mistake millions of Americans make. We think that if we work harder, smarter, longer, we’ll achieve our financial dreams, but our paycheck alone — no matter how big — isn’t the answer.”

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3 Requirements For Job Satisfaction

Posted by Saundra Hwozdek on May 11, 2018 5:32:00 PM

 

Have you ever gotten lost in your thoughts in the middle of your morning commute, or on the second mile of your treadmill jog and found yourself daydreaming about your "perfect" career? What did it feel like? How did you see yourself spending your days? How was it different from your current job?  

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Is Risk The Same For Everyone?

Posted by Saundra Hwozdek on Apr 19, 2018 6:00:00 AM

Owning a business isn't inherently risky in and of itself. The risk arises when an owner applies his or her skills and abilities to a particular company. Those skills and abilities can increase or decrease the risk involved for the individual owner. 

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