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The impact of a behaviour and values-based approach to recruitment and retention in the Care Sector

|| 4 minute read || A values based approach to recruitment and retention is about finding and keeping people who have the right values and attitude to work in a care environment. This report provides an assessment of the longer-term impact by capturing changes in key business performance indicators such as staff retention, absence and performance measures.

Frontline Staff Challenges

… in Aged Care At the start of June we attended the NIMAC (Nurses in Management – Aged Care) Conference, where we learned, connected and shared with other care providers and people working in the sector. One of the things we wanted to learn from this conference is what challenges other care providers are experiencing with their frontline workforce. So we conducted a quick survey and put the findings in this info-graphic.

Behavioural Screening – also for frontline staff

Behavioural Screening as Part of Selection – Delivering Quick, Cost Effective Results Much has been written about the growing staff and skills shortage facing the sector. This is clearly a priority issue, but with staff turnover in the sector averaging 25% for frontline care roles the issue compounds, accelerating the War for Staff we are watching unfold right now. Solutions are often complex requiring a “national” response, however significant inroads can, and have been made “locally”….