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RECRUITMENT


“Cultural fit is an integral part of


recruitment and should not be forgotten about during the hiring process.”


the hiring process, particularly on LinkedIn when one has autonomy on the kind of content that can be published.


RETAINING STAFF


We know that having a strong recruitment process in place is important to ensure the hiring of the right candidates for the job however, once hired, retaining that talent is equally as important, if not more so.


The key to any successful care home is a strong workforce and building and nurturing a long-serving team plays a huge part in building this. These people are integral to a care home environment because they foster relationships and trust with residents over time, getting to know them on a personal level, and can therefore tailor care to individuals based on


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this knowledge. Each year we are proud to host Long Service Awards celebrating those who mark their ten-year or more anniversaries with us. Some of our employees even boast 30 and 50-year careers with the Society.


All in all, creating a working environment in which all employees feel valued, listened to and supported in their professional development is key to creating a workplace fit for recruiting and retaining staff. The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society encourages others in the adult social care sector to nurture their workforce and retain staff for long periods of time, supporting the sector and nurturing the careers of dedicated care professionals.


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