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Health and Social Care Webinar | employment reforms, recruitment and CQC regulations

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Managing your workforce responsibilities and staying on the right side of the regulator are amongst the biggest challenges health and social care (HSC) providers face. Our quarterly webinars for HSC leaders aim to help you do just that.

In the first of our free HSC webinars, our panel of experts covered a number of issues that are currently affecting, or are likely to affect, the HSC sector. From upcoming changes to employment legislation and ongoing difficulties around recruitment to common areas being spotlighted and scrutinised by the CQC, including safe staffing.

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Specialist support for health and social care providers

For health and social care employers, dealing with time-consuming employee issues and managing your health and safety obligations, whilst also keeping up to date with the regular changes in the law and evolving CQC requirements, can take valuable time away from providing the best possible care to your service users.

That’s why hundreds of health and social care sector providers across the UK turn to WorkNest to help them manage these key compliance areas confidently, without compromising viability, profitability or standards of care.

Our combination of unlimited support and fixed fees helps owners, providers and managers to skilfully navigate employment challenges and protect both workers and service users so that you can operate safely and efficiently.

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