Entries by Amy Dean

Driving recruitment success through strategic procurement

I believe that there are many similarities between HR and procurement. Whilst HR manage and procure people within an organisation, procurement deal with the multifaceted layers of people involved in the supply chain, amongst these layers should be a procured compliant route to market to enable successful recruitment to take place within an organisation.

Compliance and Mobile Security

The traditional office space is transforming. 40% of the UK’s workforce are using mobile phones for business, making it the most used work device after the desktop computer. By combining essential organisational and communications functions with an ever widening array of business based apps and workspaces, the smart phone is now an essential tool in the business arsenal that organisations cannot overlook.

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Mi-space provides Autism Training

In early 2017 Mi-Space’s team of Tenant Liaison Officers (TLO’s) reported that during the course of their work, they were encountering a significant increase in the number of residents advising that one or more of the occupants in the home having been diagnosed with Autism or a related condition.

Tech in care

Driving improvement through technology includes examples from across health and social care, of how CQC is encouraging innovation and improvement through new technologies. It also outlines how technology can support the delivery of outstanding person-centred care in relation to the five key lines of enquiry (KLOEs) that CQC uses when inspecting health and social care services.

Home smart home

Gavin Bashar, UK & Ireland Managing Director, Tunstall Healthcare explores the untapped potential of Connected Care and Health technology in the housing sector.

Reasons to visit PfH Live 2019

New people, new business and new ways of thinking! This event is the perfect opportunity for you to connect with key professionals and develop relationships with like-minded peers within the sector.

P4 Explains Emergency Lighting Obligations

Emergency Lighting is of the utmost importance and a legal requirement in premises, excluding domestic premises, across the UK. In England and Wales the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, usually referred to as the Regulatory Reform Order (RRO), brings very significant fines for breaches of the order (with or without a fire) and offenders are actively prosecuted. It is therefore vital that businesses, organisations and individuals are aware of the regulations and the obligations they impose.