About the offer
Through our retention support programme we work with trusts through a targeted, clinically-led, direct support model to support trusts improve their turnover rates.
In addition, we have a universal support offer to all trusts with the provision of national learning resources available to all, such as our retention masterclasses, showcasing trust good practice from previous cohorts.
Also available through our resources are retention improvement guides and trust case studies grouped by themes, for example supporting new starters.
Our retention improvement guide outlines key steps to improving retention of clinical staff. Distilled from the expert advice of HR directors, directors of nursing and medical directors, it reflects and complements the themes explored by NHS Employers in Improving staff retention: a guide for employers, which was updated in April 2019.
- on Twitter by using #NHSRetention
- by submitting a resource to share your retention story, journey or initiative
Key drivers in
improving retention include:
- Developing a retention
- Effective use of data
- Supporting new starters
and newly qualified staff
- Flexible working to
support work-life balance
- Supporting the
- Career planning and
- Health and wellbeing,
rewards and benefits
- Staff engagement and communication
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