Brown heads-up Robinia’s human resources

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Bath based Robinia Care, a fast growing specialist provider of care services for adults and young people with learning disabilities, has appointed Paul Brown to the position of group human resources executive. Mr Brown said that, in addition to devising and implementing strategies in employee relations, employment law, health and safety and training and development programmes, he saw his role as being to encourage employees to develop within their roles, and to also develop their own roles. “I massively enjoy my job and wish I had joined Robinia Care years ago,” said Mr Brown. “Employees are genuinely motivated in their work and enjoy what they do, which is incredibly refreshing.” Founded in 1995, Robinia Care has more than doubled in size over the last three years and is now one of the major providers of specialist care for people with learning difficulties in the UK. The organisation now manages a portfolio of more than 50 homes with more than 400 beds, employing 800 staff across the midlands and southern E

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