Your staff and how they work
As a registered manager, we know that you are always looking to embed best practice across your organisation.
We have resources and tools to help you develop or maintain best practice and provide a positive workplace culture.
The Common Core Principles
Our common core principles focus on the key values, attitudes, skills and knowledge required to provide the best care possible. The resources are free and easy to download, and they come under a range of topics including:
Toolkits to help you
We have a variety of toolkits you can use to help you to nurture your staff and the atmosphere within your teams.
The People performance Management Toolkit
This toolkit contains scenarios to help you to manage your staff effectively. It deals with practical everyday subjects; for example, it contains advice on what to do if someone is on extended sick leave or conducting a supervision session.
The Social Care Commitment
The Social Care Commitment is a promise made by social care employers and their employees. By signing the commitment, organisations are promising to deliver the highest quality care. There are helpful tasks to complete and to embed in your organisation. You’ll also get the Social Care Commitment logo to use on your marketing material as proof of your dedication.
The National Minimum Date Set for Social Care
The National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) is an online system which collects information on the adult social care workforce in England. It’s the leading source of workforce information for the whole adult social care sector.
The National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) can help you identify:
- future demand in your area
- trends or patterns in worker information such as sickness rates
- how your turnover and vacancy rates compare with other providers locally, regionally and nationally.