NHE365: Recruitment techniques to enhance the NHS workforce

Back in April, National Health Executive brought together a line-up of expert speakers and a community of healthcare professionals for the NHE365 NHS Workforce virtual event.

We discussed topics like training, apprenticeships, workforce management, retention, mental wellbeing and recruitment.

Our final panel discussion of the day focused on workforce recruitment within healthcare organisations.

During this panel we were joined by Melissa Glynn, PreEmployment Projects Co-ordinator, Black Country and West Birmingham ICS and Amanda Buckley, Princes Trust Recruitment Project Manager, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

From employee benefit programmes to nursing career paths that exceed the public sector apprenticeship target and generate local employment. Our panellists explored various recruitment techniques to enhance the NHS workforce and the efforts to retain the current NHS workforce which remains a priority across the NHS.

If you are interested in watching the full panel discussion, click here or check out all our future events here. 

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