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Recruitment and retention

Proud to Care Devon supports all health and care providers in Devon to recruit people with the right values, to develop people and to retain a skilled workforce.

The Proud to Care Devon campaign promotes working in health and care in Devon as a great career choice.  It’s free for all health and care providers to advertise job vacancies, including work placements, apprenticeships and volunteer roles.  These can be very easily uploaded onto the Proud to Care Devon jobs board.   If you need any assistance with this then please contact ProudtoCare@devon.gov.uk.

There is strong evidence from Skills for Care that values-based recruitment results in lower staff turnover.  There is a wealth of information on the Skills for Care website, including the Secrets of Success research of employers with less than 10% staff turnover and Finding and Keeping Workers.

We have recently run Improving Retention of Care Workers workshops and Values-based recruitment workshops.  The Values-based recruitment workshop on 29 June is now full.  If you would like to attend future workshops please email proudtocare@devon.gov.uk   

Neil Eastwood, Author of Amazon bestseller Saving Social Care, offers weekly tips on recruitment and retention.  Sign up via neil@stickypeople.co.uk.  He also has a presentation available here.

The Transform Research from Exeter University includes recommendations for improving retention of care workers in Devon

Executive Summary 

Full Report

Adult Social Care Sector in DevonFinal report, March 2015

See our Proud to Care Top Tips for Improving Recruitment and Retention.

If you would like any further support with recruitment and retention, please contact proudtocare@devon.gov.uk

 

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