Recruiting, developing and retaining staff


These examples show some of the ways in which organisations are making the NHS the best place to work, for both current staff and future talent.

Ensuring we have an appropriate future supply of staff is the single biggest workforce challenge we currently face — particularly in the nursing profession. 

The most immediate action we can take is improving retention of our current nurses. This is why making the NHS the best place to work is the starting point of the Interim People Plan. Being an employer of excellence means valuing, supporting, developing and investing in our people.

These resources and examples show how NHS organisations are already making changes to ensure staff feel motivated to stay in the NHS, as well as ensuring careers continue to appeal to the workforce of the future.

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