Home care software provider CareLineLive has partnered with Hastee, an earnings on demand platform, to enable care workers to receive a portion of their earned pay as and when they need it.
Using the Hastee app, employees can access a portion of their earned wages immediately, instead of waiting for pay day, using money they have already earned, not borrowed.
To celebrate their partnership, both CareLineLive and Hastee are supporting new customers by offering their services for free during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CareLineLive managing director Josh Hough said: “Partnering with Hastee for CareLineLive’s customers was a no-brainer, as it can offer multiple benefits to both a home care agency and its staff. Giving care workers the opportunity to withdraw some of the money they have already earnt, before official pay day, Hastee offers employees more flexibility and security, which like CareLineLive can help increase their job satisfaction.”
CareLineLive is offering new customers the first four months for free when they sign up to use its total home care management system, which digitises agencies’ workflows, such as rostering and task management.
It also offers a Family & Friends Portal, which keeps relatives and friends up to date about client visits, providing peace of mind, and a Care Companion Mobile App, which has recently been updated to feature quick reference information about COVID-19 and hygiene prompts for carers.
Employees of CareLineLive customers that sign up to Hastee can benefit from Hastee’s promotion of all transaction fees being waived for four months.
Hastee says it can help reduce staff turnover by up to 54%, as those who are offered flexible payment options are more likley to stay with their current employer.
The cost of Hastee to a home care agency is zero, and each month an employees’ first withdrawal, up to £100, is free of fees.
Beyond that, there is a 2.5% transaction fee to the employee. Hastee funds the advances employees receive and the employer pays Hastee on their normal payday.
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