What is happening to Retention in Social Care
Thursday 1st July 2021
10am – 11am | Virtual Meeting
Introducing our speakers
Project Manager Workforce Capacity and Transformation at Skills for Care
Juliet is a project manager with the Skills for Care Workforce Capacity and Transformation Team, leading on the delivery and co-ordination of our work on workforce wellbeing. I’ve worked in social care for 20 years in both operational and practice development roles, before joining Skills for Care 2 years ago. Skills for Care are the leading skills, development and support organisation for the social care workforce.
Partner – Health and Social Care – Royds Withy King
James is an HR and employment law specialist with niche expertise in the health and social care sector. He advises clients on strategic decisions relating to recruitment, retention and reorganisation as well as complex employment law cases involving whistleblowing, discrimination, TUPE, and the employment aspects of business sales, acquisitions and mergers.
Retention has always been a critical topic for the sector, and never more so than in 2020/2021.
Join us to hear more about how retention in social care has been affected by the pandemic and what you should be considering to minimise the impact of high turnover on your workforce.
We will share some key findings from 1,000’s of retention and exit interviews and sharing insights from around the industry.
We will be joined by Juliet Green from Skills for Care and James Sage from Royds Withy King, HR and Employment Law specialist. Juliet will be talking about employee well-being in a care setting and James will be sharing how to create a positive retention environment and key retention risk areas.
This is a virtual event hosted on Zoom. The link will be sent out shortly after registration.
Thu 01 Jul 2021
10am - 11am
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