Case studies and Resources
Publications, Video & Audio and much more.
Latest NHS workforce news.
A comprehensive service to keep journalists informed about the work of NHS Employers.
Blogs from experts on the latest workforce thinking
Discussions on current workforce issues
NHS Employers offers NHS organisations a comprehensive range of events, seminars and conferences to share best practice, get informed and network with colleagues.
Health and wellbeing leads network meeting - London
07 / 6 / 2016 10am - 07 / 6 / 2016 4pm
Book onto and attend our free leads network event in London for the opportunity to connect, share and learn on all matters health and wellbeing.
Your best staff are the ones using social media
16 / 5 / 2016 9am - 16 / 5 / 2016 5.30pm
NHS Employers is launching its inaugural social media conference, an event designed to help individuals use social media more effectively, choose the right audience and know the right time and place to share messages.
Zero-hours employment contracts
Guidance for employers on zero-hours employment contracts
Apprenticeships and traineeships
Building apprenticeship and traineeship programmes within the NHS can be a cost-effective means of creating a skilled, flexible and motivated workforce to further improve the quality of NHS healthcare.
Access recruitment support via Jobcentre Plus
Jobcentre Plus is one of the most experienced recruiters in the country. Find out how working in partnership with Jobcentre Plus can help you streamline your recruitment processes, leading to efficiency and productivity gains.
Talent for Care and Widening Participation
Find out more about Talent for Care and Widening Participation, two strategic frameworks developed by Health Education England (HEE) to build diversity in the workforce and improve patient care.
Recruiting your support workforce
The support workforce (Bands 1-4) is a diverse and rich resource for the NHS. Recruiting the right people to care for our patients is so important. Find out how we can help you to do this.
NHS Employers provides information, tools and resources to guide NHS organisations through recruiting from outside of the UK.
Values based recruitment
To help employers in the NHS recruit staff with values that fit with their organiation, we have created a range of information and resources, including toolkits and case studies.
Information on appointing consultants to NHS posts including appointments to public health posts.
Recruitment and retention premia
Recruitment and retention premia are additions to the pay of a post or group of similar posts.
Guidance on the appointment and employment of locum doctors
We have published guidelines and standards for the appointment and employment of NHS locum doctors.
Refugee healthcare professionals
From 1 April 2010, NHS Employers no longer hosts the Refugee Healthcare Professionals Programme.
Children and young people in the recruitment process
Using children and young people (C&YP) in the recruitment of staff can have considerable benefits to NHS organisations, existing staff, candidates and the C&YP.
Updated employment checks guidance and improved web section
Navigate our refreshed and updated web pages to access all our guidance and resources on the six NHS Employment Check standards.
Tier 2 immigration policy changes - your questions answered
Read the most common questions from employers, following the Tier 2 policy changes announced in March 2016.
Recruit a great health visitor workforce
18 / 2 / 2014 3.55pm
Recruiting and retaining volunteers
19 / 4 / 2016 Midnight
Changes to Tier 2 immigration route - factsheet
04 / 4 / 2016 1.47pm
Apprenticeships in the NHS are helping to shape teams and lives
17 / 3 / 2016 9am
John Rogers, chief executive at Skills for Health, reflects on how apprenticeships have developed over recent years and make a significant contribution to the health and care workforce
Getting a move on: New European rules for healthcare professionals crossing borders
14 / 1 / 2016 1.15pm
Contributed by: Kate Ling
In her latest blog, Kate Ling discusses the new European rules for healthcare professionals working across borders.
02 / 10 / 2015 12.39pm
Can Buurtzorg, or something like it, be replicated in the English NHS? Kate Ling discusses the successful experience of empowering nurses to deliver community based integrated care in the Netherlands.
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