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New redeployment service offers talent pool of motivated, work-ready individuals

 

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Thursday, 15 October 2020

New redeployment service offers talent pool of motivated, work-ready individuals

People 1st International have shared some of the work they are doing to support people displaced from industries due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There is an opportunity for health and care services to benefit from this workforce.

New redeployment service offers talent pool of motivated, work-ready individuals

As Covid-19 continues to impact communities across the country, People 1st International is working to help redeploy people from hard-hit sectors into organisations in health and care looking for staff. With a significant number of redundancies expected across hospitality and tourism, the new Redeployment Service from People 1st International offers access to thousands of displaced, skilled individuals looking for a new opportunity.

As the industry-led skills expert for hospitality and tourism, with over 50 years’ experience in skills development and vocational education and training, People 1st International has launched the service in partnership with their sister-organisation, Skills for Health. Through their combined experience and connections with industry, they want to set a new standard of support to the industries they have known for years.

The Redeployment Service presents a unique talent pool of motivated, passionate, work-ready people with sought after transferable skills. Offering a supportive and personal approach, it aims to match willing and experienced people with your organisation, based on shared values and cultural fit.

“COVID-19 has highlighted the value and importance of our health and care workforce. The Redeployment Service offers NHS employers the opportunity to support individuals with transferable skills, energy and enthusiasm into a new career, while at the same time broadening our talent pool and supporting communities through severe economic and social change’. - Michael Wood, Head of Health Economic Partnerships, NHS Confederation

Transform your approach to recruitment. Find out how the service can support your staffing needs.