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In the final blog Vicky will look at what MHA will be doing to support their staff and volunteers when the pandemic is over.
In the second of her blogs Vicky reflects on how asking the organisation's 7000 colleagues and 4000 volunteers about their experiences during the early part of the pandemic shaped their Wellbeing responses.
Vicky Jackson reflects on how the entire organisation followed their One MHA ethos to implement wellbeing Initiatives throughout the pandemic supporting more than 7000 colleagues and 4000 volunteers.
Our CEO Oonagh Smyth reflects on the benefits of coaching, the ups, the downs and how it has had a huge impact on Oonagh's professional and personal life.
Recruiting during the pandemic article
Skills for Care recently undertook some research to find out more about the issues facing the BAME workforce across social care and the impact of COVID-19.
During the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic, learning and development continues to be integral in ensuring the workforce has the skills and knowledge needed to deliver high quality care. This article provides a reminder of some of the tools and resources we have to help.
Diane Buddery, our Programme Head for Sector Digital, reflects on leadership and digital working in the care sector.
Mark Topps is a registered manager at Eastern County Care Ltd. Here he talks about how being a member of the Skills for Care Facebook group has allowed him to connect with other managers to share ideas and resources and help reduce the pressures and loneliness of being a care manager.
This year has presented the adult care social sector with many challenges, and the impact on registered managers has been huge. Despite this, managers have continued to put others first.
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