Social Services Europe today launched their recent report “Recruitment and Retention in Social Services: Unlocking the Sector’s Job Creation Potential” in 5 additional languages.
The report examines the field of recruitment and retention in the social care sector. As the demand for services is growing, it becomes increasingly challenging to recruit and retain sufficient staff. The report sees this as an opportunity to create new jobs in the social services sector, which would contribute to both social and economic growth.
Press release on European Parliament event: Recruitment & Retention in Social Services: Unlocking the Sector’s Job Creation Potential
Social Services Europe’s recommendations to meet the needs for Recruitment & Retention in Social Services
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Social Services Europe is the largest European umbrella organisation representing non-profit social and health care providers. Our members are at the forefront of ensuring accessible, affordable and quality services for all people in Europe and believe that investing in people brings both social and economic returns. Social and health care services enable people to live with dignity and care but also support people to engage in economic activities that contribute to growth.