Understaffed nursing units are detrimental and lead to:
Substandard levels of care that can increase the risk of sickness, injury and neglect.
Increased levels of stress from being overworked lead to dissatisfaction, burnout or career changes – resulting in high turnover rates.
THE CHALLENGES YOU FACE
The current and on-going nursing shortage can make it very hard for employers to fill their needs. This can be made more difficult in less densely populated locations and areas like skilled nursing facilities.
INTERNATIONAL NURSES ARE THE WAY TO FILL THE VOID
GlobalCare Services makes it easier and more cost-effective for clients to recruit abroad.
BUILDING AN INTERNATIONAL PIPELINE CAN BE COSTLY AND TIME CONSUMING
Using or reallocating resources to build a recruiting team and traveling abroad.
International marketing cost including advertising, job fairs, networking events and campus visits.
Hiring experts to provide guidance with cultural or foreign policy barriers.
The learning curve of international recruitment
Our turn-key and affordable solution removes all hurdles of international recruitment
WHY RECRUIT FROM THE PHILIPPINES?
Many of our candidates are already working in regions like the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
The nursing curriculum in the Philippines requires a minimum of 2,346 clinical hours and nurses graduate as RN-BSN.
With a mandatory English curriculum as part of standard education in the Philippines, our nurses are able to communicate fluently with staff members and patients.
Known to have a culture of caregiving, Filipinos possess the compassion to provide the most dignified service to patients.
The current visa bulletin presents the best timeframe in nearly a decade for Filipino visa availability.