Latest changes of the WHO Health Workforce Support and Safeguards List

The WHO Health Workforce Support and Safeguards List and its function The World Health Organization (WHO) Health Workforce Support and Safeguards List is an essential tool that plays a crucial role in the recruitment of healthcare professionals, including nurses and other healthcare workers, across the globe. This list serves as a dynamic document that categorizes […]

How your nurses can achieve Full Qualification Recognition: Different options and their challenges

An Introduction to the process of Partial and Full Qualification Recognition As a healthcare facility partnering with CWC (CWC Recruitment), you will have the opportunity to welcome new employees from abroad who are initially qualified to work as assistant nurses, holding (in most cases) a Partial Qualification Recognition (PQR). This blog post aims to provide […]

Navigating Nurse Cultural Differences: Ensuring Seamless Transitions in International Teams

Understanding Nurse Cultural Differences In today’s globalized world, businesses are increasingly operating with international teams. While this diversity brings numerous benefits, it also presents challenges in terms of effective communication and understanding across cultural differences. This is especially crucial in the healthcare industry, where nurses from diverse backgrounds come together to provide quality care to […]

We are one of the newest members of RAL Gütegemeinschaft!

In February 2022, Care With Care was one of the first companies to be awarded the RAL Quality Seal – “Fair Recruitment Healthcare Germany” by the Gütegemeinschaft Anwerbung und Vermittlung von Pflegekräften aus dem Ausland e.V. (Quality Association for the Recruitment and Placement of Care Workers from Abroad) for its ethical, fair and transparent recruitment […]

UK Code of Practice for International Recruitment List features Care With Care

In May 2022, the UK Code of Practice for International Recruitment List recognized Care With Care for their ethical standards of active international recruitment in alignment with the United Kingdom’s strategy to strengthen medical and community care institutions while ensuring safeguards on proactive recruiting from nations with a surplus of healthcare personnel. Care With Care […]

Learning a new language: 7 simple ways to set yourself up for success!

Keeping up with German learning and motivation Any new skill takes time and energy to learn and master, especially when it comes to learning a new language. It’s absolutely normal to be intimidated at first! However – as you begin with the process, you will realize that not only does it get easier, it gets […]

Vaccine Mandate for Healthcare Workers in Germany comes into effect in March 2022

Covid-19 & Vaccination Working in Germany can be an exhilarating experience. It can certainly prove to be meaningful to each one in different ways. Despite the pandemic, there remains hope. Proof of that is that the Care With Care Team has continued its efforts to bring more nurses to Germany during the last months in […]

Best practices to get you ready for your interview

You have your job interview scheduled—congratulations! The best thing you can do to improve your chances of acing your interview is to prepare, and we‘ve got you covered! Below, see what employers are looking for and how to make a great first impression with our top interview tips.   1. Research on your employer and […]

Renewing Your OWWA Membership and OFW Compulsory Insurance in Germany: A Step-By-Step Guide for Filipino Nurses in Germany

Are you a Filipino nurse currently working in Germany? Living and working outside of the Philippines requires insurance that will allow you to exit your country of origin and protect you in the event of an emergency in the country of employment. But what happens when you are already abroad and it expires? Read on […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Work In Germany As A Nurse

Nursing is the most trusted and ethical profession there is. That’s what The Gallup Poll claims, and it has been true for 19 consecutive years. And yet, the world faces a growing shortage of nurse talent, with a 300,000 expected shortage by 2030, leading to dire consequences for healthcare systems and especially for patients.  But […]