Briefing on rotational posts published

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We have published a new briefing document exploring how rotational posts can be an effective response to the challenges faced by employers in attracting and retaining staff. 

The briefing looks at the need to be innovative with workforce supply strategies to attract, develop and retain staff, and how this can be done through rotating substantive staff into different departments, organisations, or across a range of organisations. 

The publication looks at how NHS organisations can develop and implement rotational posts within the workforce, and the benefits of providing these types of roles.  

Other benefits include: 

  • to attract and develop new starters  
  • improve staff retention  
  • support existing staff development, and  
  • collaborate across departments and organisations.

There’s also tips to help you get started with providing rotational posts in your organisation. To find out more, please read the briefing.

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