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Values Based Recruitment

Values Based Recruitment

VALUES BASED RECRUITMENT is an approach which attracts and recruits employees on the basis that their individual values and behaviours align with the values of your organisation. This should take place as part of existing recruitment processes which assess aptitude and skills. VALUES are not easy to define. Perhaps your definition of a value indicates […]

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Workforce Development Planning – Tips for Employing In-House Trainers

In this day and age, we are all so used to getting the latest version of operating systems (phones, TVs and everything else) so, it got me thinking… “Why do so few care providers develop their in-house training provision business model?” I am a great supporter of in-house trainers. It can enable really flexible, responsive learning […]

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Is Your Training Provider Treating You Like a One-Night Stand?

The Top Five Benefits of Care Providers Engaging With a Learning and Development Business Partner The health and social care sector cannot do without an extensive range of training. External support can be an important part of delivering on the learning needs of staff and the quality and compliance of your organisation. Traditionally, ‘cost’ has […]

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JoCo Workshops Respond to New NICE Guidelines for Home Care Providers

In case you have not read the latest NICE guidelines, they are tackling more than just 15 minute visits in home care. The guidelines, which will inform the CQC’s approach to inspection, clearly state that home care providers must: “Develop workforce plans for the home care sector, in collaboration with provider organisations, identifying current and future […]

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