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 The final episode in the Workforce of 2020 podcast series, recorded by NHS Employers for Capsticks HR Advisory Service is now available.

 
In this edition, ex-HPMA president,...

 The CIPD has launched a national partnership with the Careers and Enterprise Company to recruit 500 senior HR professionals to work with schools and help equip young people with the skills they...

 NHS Employers’ health and wellbeing team have been working with board and clinical leads from the NHS to create a new presentation for health and wellbeing leaders. 

 
This...
The costs to employers of domestic violence can be huge, though this is often unrecognised by boards, staff and HR professionals. The results of domestic abuse often masquerade as accidents and...
The National Guardian's Office is running a series of eight workshops in Leeds, Birmingham, London, Manchester and Bristol for Freedom to Speak Up (FTSU) Guardians, designed to help them...
 Britain’s health and care services workforce is burdened by financial worries, and it’s costing employers an estimated £3.79 billion a year. That’s the key finding of new research into the...

 The HPMA Excellence in HRM awards took place at The Westminster Park Plaza in London on Thursday 30 June, hosted by Jeannette Crisp. Over 470 guests gathered to celebrate the...

A social media campaign kickstarted by NHS Employers to show appreciation for EU staff in the NHS, has been warmly received across the NHS and gained national media coverage over the past couple...

 Health care employers and education providers are invited to put forward partnership applications to be test sites for the introduction a new role for health and social care – the nursing...

 The latest figures released by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) show that NHS staff sickness absence for February 2015 and 2016 has remained the same at 4.42 per cent.

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