Employing young people - the business case

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This business case has been designed to help employers in the NHS highlight the benefits of employing young people to board members and senior colleagues, as part of a long-term strategic approach to workforce planning.

In this short video Robyn Palmer, Programme Lead, ThinkFuture talks about ThinkFuture and the business case. 

 

On these web pages you will find

  • the challenge – an introduction to some of the challenges facing employers in the NHS and young people in the UK
  • five reasons why the NHS should employ young people, with supporting evidence, talking points and links to further information
  • a downloadable PowerPoint template to help you present your business case to colleagues and board members.

This business case is specific to the NHS and contains healthcare examples.

To find out what other organisations are doing to bring more young people into their workforce take a look at our shared learning web pages.

If you require further support, please look through our web pages or contact workforcesupply@nhsemployers.org.

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The challenge

Find out what challenges are facing the NHS's workforce and why employing young people is important

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Unique talents

Young people have unique talents and can bring many new and crucial skills to your workforce

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Employing young people can help further your CSR aims and build links with your local community

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A more diverse workforce

Having more young people in your workforce will make it more diverse which has many positive effects on the service you deliver

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Cost effectiveness

In the long term, employing young people can save your organisation money due to all the benefits it brings

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Shape your future workforce

Employing young people should be part of your long term workforce strategy and can secure a workforce fit for the future

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