Retain and improve

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Retaining the valuable members of staff that you currently employ, and have invested in, is a key element to meeting the challenges surrounding workforce supply.

In this section you can access a range of tools and resources to help you engage and keep your staff.

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Standards and assurance

This section details standards and assurance including information on professional regulation, revalidation and voluntary registers for a range of staff groups. It also provides information on professional indemnity.

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International volunteering

Read about how to support your workforce to take up international volunteering opportunities and find out about the benefits it can bring to you as an employer.

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Staff experience

Evidence shows us that having engaged, healthy staff leads to increased productivity and an overall happier workforce. Here we provide you with various tools and resources to help you support your teams.

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Appraisals

Effective appraisals are good employment practice, leading to improved staff performance, higher staff satisfaction and better patient outcomes.

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