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  1. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    We asked the speakers from our retention masterclasses in October 2018 some key questions around the importance and implementation of retention strategies.

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  2. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    Staff retention is an important factor in the long-term workforce picture for the NHS. We are working with trusts to support improvements in staff turnover rates through a direct support model and the provision of national learning resources.

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  3. Part of: Supporting the experienced workforce

    This is a tool created by the retention and engagement team at Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

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  4. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance , Career planning and development , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff

    This case study explores how a focus on flexible working and staff development helped a trust improve their staff retention.

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  5. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    This case study explores how a retention improvement strategy can be implemented in a trust undergoing major change.

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  6. Part of: Career planning and development , Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits

    This brochure details the fantastic opportunities available to nurses working at Mid Yorkshire, and is a great example of what providers can do to provide a supportive and caring environment in which staff enjoy working and are able to thrive.

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  7. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff

    This guide produced by Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust provides a detailed look into the trust's approach to flexible working, outlining the many advantages for the individual and the employer.

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  8. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Supporting the experienced workforce , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff

    Two case studies highlighting the work Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have done to improve staff retention.

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  9. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff

    A case study examining Tameside and Glossop's work on staff retention.

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  10. Part of: Career planning and development , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff

    The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust demonstrates how it supports its staff in their career pathway, as part of the national retention support programme.

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  11. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has produced an 'animated video scribe' to help explain what they are doing to improve nurse retention.

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  12. Part of: Effective use of data and diagnostics , Staff engagement and communication

    Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust shares how it uses staff insight to help support retention in its trust.

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  13. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits

    Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust used reward, within its recruitment strategy to ease workforce supply pressures and reduced vacancy rates.

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  14. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits

    Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust (SWBH) wanted to improve staff retention and reduce spending on temporary and agency staff. The trust also wanted to re-engage the workforce following redeployment programmes that had led to low staff morale and engagement.

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  15. Part of: Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits

    A case study on how East London NHS Foundation Trust reviewed its staff benefits and reward offer to help meet its recruitment and retention challenges.

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