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Six ways to select the right people

Six ways to select the right people
Article posted on Monday 18 February 2019

An article which explore six ways which helps employers to select the right people for their vacancies.

Accolades winners share what they do to recruit the right people

Accolades winners share what they do to recruit the right people
Article posted on Thursday 14 February 2019

Right at Home focuses on recruiting people with the right values, which has helped to increase their staff retention to over 90% for the past two years. In this blog, they tell us how they invest in a robust process to do this.

Breaking the cycle of recruiting the wrong people

Breaking the cycle of recruiting the wrong people
Blog posted on Monday 11 February 2019

Your staff shape your organisation and the quality of care you provide, so you need to select the right people. Programme Head, Annette Baines, talks about the ways you can invest in the recruitment process and break the cycle of recruiting the wrong people.

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Andy Tilden is interim CEO of Skills for Care

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Andy Tilden has been appointed Interim CEO of Skills for Care and will take over at the end of March when current CEO Sharon Allen takes up her new role.
Date:
Monday 4 February 2019

Skills for Care Accolades awards winners announced

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The winners of the prestigious Skills for Care Accolades, celebrating excellence in workforce development for the 1.47 million people who work in adult social care in England, have been announced.
Date:
Friday 1 February 2019

Skills for Care does not endorse The Rock Training Institute London UK

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Skills for Care has been made aware of instances of third party use of its logo, including the use of their logo on certificates, without its permission and by companies which are not endorsed by Skills for Care.
Date:
Wednesday 30 January 2019
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