Case studies

Case studies

Our case studies share learning from other organisations about their reward approach and how they have used reward strategically to help meet workforce challenges.

 

 Title Description 
Introducing financial wellbeing in reward

Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust shares how it introduced financial wellbeing and education to its reward offer.

 

Reward to support staff retention 

Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust shares how reward was used to improve staff retention and reduce spending on temporary and agency staff.

 

Using health and wellbeing as part of the reward offer

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust shares how it used health and wellbeing as part of the reward offer to positively impact what staff think about working for the trust and reduce short-term absence.

Reward as part of an effective recruitment strategy North Devon Healthcare NHS Trust used reward in its recruitment strategy to reduce vacancy rates.
Using mobile technology for reward communications  North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust developed a mobile app to communicate reward information to its employees.
Reviewing staff benefits and rewards  East London NHS Foundation Trust reviewed it's reward offer to aid recruitment and retention challenges and to ensure its reward offer reflected what staff want and value.

Promoting staff benefits through events Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust promoted staff benefits through a series of interactive staff events.

Using benefit champions to promote staff rewards Mid Yorkshire Hospital NHS Trust recruited a network of champions to share information about rewards and staff benefits.

Opting to use a third party benefits provider East Kent Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust shares how it used a third party provider to host it's flexible benefits platform for staff.

Reward and recognise to recruit, motivate and retain University Hospital of Leicester NHS Trust gives us the inside track on its three-year reward and recognition strategy.

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