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Wellbeing, empowerment & trust: What private sector recruiters can learn from the NHS

Tags: Recruitment Process

We all know that the NHS faces unprecedented challenges; we’ve got friends and family who work in the NHS and we all rely on it to some extent. But what if we told you that the NHS has actually got a really joined-up data-driven strategy when it comes to people and recruitment? Neil Armstrong, Chief Commercial Officer for Tribepad chats with Hannah Foster, Chief People Officer for the NHS in Devon. And his conversation with her really gave Neil some hope for the future.

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