Employer engagement

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Your opinion matters to us. This section describes how you've helped influence and shape decisions so far and the stakeholders and networks we engage with to inform responses to consultations, call for evidence and other inquiries on this agenda.

The Freedom to Speak Up Review

NHS Employers, the NHS Confederation and NHS Providers (formally known as the Foundation Trust Network) hosted a round-table meeting in August 2014 with Sir Robert Francis and the Freedom to Speak Up (FTSU) review team. We invited a number of chief executives and directors from the NHS to give an informed view about some of the complexities employers were often challenged with when staff raised concerns with them.

We also undertook a wider engagement process with our stakeholders to inform the submission, A copy of our joint response with the NHS Confederation was submitted to the FTSU review on 10 September 2014.

Raising concerns virtual expert network

We have a strong virtual network of over 150 HR experts and managers who regularly feed into requests for information, help to influence and inform change and share local learning. If you would like to join, please email raisingconcerns@nhsemployers.org.  

Raising concerns share and learn

To further support employers with the recommendations, actions and principles from FTSU, we have set up a share and learn forum, designed to identify good practice, inform change and help ensure an all system approach. Find out more on our Raising concerns share and learn forum web page and visit our events section to secure your place at our next meetings in May and August 2016.

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