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NHS Employers offers NHS organisations a comprehensive range of events, seminars and conferences to share best practice, get informed and network with colleagues.
Apprenticeship policy and implications for the NHS - webinar
28 / 7 / 2016 11am - 28 / 7 / 2016 Midday
Supported by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) this webinar will provide an in-depth look at the apprenticeship levy and public sector targets, and the implications for your organisation.
End-of-life care webinar
26 / 7 / 2016 Midday - 26 / 7 / 2016 1pm
Find out how NHS organisations are improving end-of-life care for their patients through education and training.
Zero-hours employment contracts
Guidance for employers on zero-hours employment contracts
Apprenticeships and traineeships
Find out about apprenticeships and traineeships in the NHS and how you can use them as cost-effective means of creating a skilled, flexible and motivated workforce.
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.
Help celebrate the contribution of NHS European staff
Nominations are open for the Health Service Journal (HSJ) new EU award category.
English language requirements for public sector workers
The government has published a preliminary draft of the Code of practice on the English language requirements for public sector workers.
Recruit a great health visitor workforce
18 / 2 / 2014 3.55pm
Newcastle Hospitals rethinks employment checks and reduces time to hire
22 / 7 / 2016 9.08am
Planning successful international recruitment - a guide for employers
18 / 7 / 2016 4.29pm
Direct contact with applicants can make all the difference
18 / 7 / 2016 Midday
Will Thornton, recruitment manager at York Teaching Hospitals, shares his thoughts on the positive impacts of event-based recruitment.
We want and need our European workers
04 / 7 / 2016 9.10am
Contributed by: Kate Ling
Kate Ling, senior policy manager at the NHS Confederation’s European Office in Brussels, reacts to the EU referendum results and comments on its implications for the NHS workforce.
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
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