About Caregiving Compatibility Profiles


Comparing the Compatibility scores of caregivers across several criterion variables, we see that the higher a caregiver’s Compatibility score, the higher the likelihood that he/she will stay on the job longer and perform better.

To be sure, the average Compatibility score of a caregiver who is terminated within three months is 546, while the average Compatibility score of a caregiver who lasts over a year is 733. Get free caregiver  compatibility profile done here for a summary of other variables that were looked at in these studies, such as cost to train, caseload, and performance rating.

This data continues to affirm the importance of having a thorough understanding of how well an applicant’s personality and work styles meet the demand characteristics of the specific job they are applying to.  It seems to be a necessary piece of the puzzle that can be objectively measured with questionnaires, such as the CareProfiler, in the hiring process.

For more information on this research, Compatibility, or the CareProfiler, visit www.careprofiler.com.

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