The Social Care Retention Crisis – How online assessment and development tools can make a difference
Tuesday 4th October 2022
12pm – 1pm | Virtual Meeting
Are you concerned about retention in social care?
Are you ready to find out how you can make a difference?
The social care industry has a major retention issue. However, online assessment and development tools such as Care Character can help to change this.
As part of this online event, we’ll provide an overview of Care Character to date including case studies, as well as an introduction to its academic background. We will explore the case for retention in the first three months of a new starter joining your organisation. Finally, we will introduce the latest Care Character development report which can be used by hiring managers and new starters to aid your retention strategy.
This is a great introduction to the Care Character process, as well as issues affecting the industry.
Join us on Tuesday 4th October at 12pm to find out more.
Professor Stephen Woods
Stephen A. Woods is Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology and Head of the Department of People and Organisations at the University of Surrey. Since gaining his PhD in 2004, he held a lectureship at the University of Nottingham, a Readership at Aston Business School, a Chair at Surrey Business School, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and HRM in the Work, Organisations and Management Group at the University of Liverpool Management School, as well as a visiting Professorship at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.
Professor Woods’ main specialism is personality at work and his research in this area focuses on psychometric and personality trait assessment, and personality development and change at work. He also conducts research on recruitment and selection in organizations, with special interests in how to ensure fair and effective assessment and people-analytics procedures.
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