Jane Wenman has been appointed as Careerforce’s new chief executive.
While potential solutions to the workforce shortage issues across the aged care sector are still being discussed, one Auckland-based rest home has started trialing a potential solution.
A literacy and numeracy workplace programme at has increased trust, collaboration and efficiency at Lifewise.
New home and community support services workforce report outlines 22 recommendations to develop a stronger workforce to better meet the growing demands for their services.
Glenwood Masonic Hospital Facility prides itself on giving staff the opportunity to navigate the career and training pathway that best suits them, and supporting them all the way.
After fifty-five years and supporting over 250 people in achieving their national qualifications later, Whanganui nurse Ailsa Stewart is retiring.
Volunteer Darren Best was recognised recently at the Minister of Health Volunteer Awards where he was the Health Care Provider Service Individual Winner.
Careerforce says the Qualifications Pathway Review (QPR) presents a great opportunity to ensure qualifications remain fit for purpose and lead to meaningful career pathways.
It’s true. They can now tell you what is going on: new technology keeps them on guard 24/7.