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Councils plan hopes to attract staff

first_img Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Anew initiative has been set up to help local government recruit and retainstaff.TheRecruitment and Retention Group, launched this month by the Employer’sOrganisation for Local Government (EOLG), will produce a guide for councils onbest recruitment practice and develop strategies to retain staff.TheIT, engineering, social work and teaching sectors are particularly short,according to EOLG. There are currently 28,000 trainee teachers in the UK, forexample, and while this is the highest number for eight years, itis still 1,500 people short of the requirements, the EOLG said. Geographically,it is local authorities in London that have the most acute staffing problems. DeborahMoon, corporate personnel policy manager at Medway Council, believes that thenew EOLG group should focus on producing a framework that will make localgovernment an attractive career option.Shesaid, “Local government has an image problem with young people which needsto be addressed. Hopefully the group can be a helpful driver in changing thisand produce frameworks for individual councils to work with.”Thenew group will also tackle staff motivation and morale, and attempt to improvetraining and childcare. Itmeets next month to set a timetable for service provision. Previous Article Next Article Councils plan hopes to attract staffOn 30 Jan 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

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