Organizations that provide services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) know that turnover of direct service professionals (DSPs) is a problem. Many factors play into a DSP’s decision to leave the job—not just pay. Reducing DSP turnover takes concerted action throughout the employee life cycle. This e-book outlines strategies for improving hiring and placement, boosting engagement and retaining your DSPs.
This free e-book will give you tips for:
Improving your hiring and onboarding to maximize the likelihood that a new DSP will stick around
Developing a competency-based training program
Providing professional development to your DSPs and their supervisors