BUPA signs-up with Jobcentre Plus to boost recruitment


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

Recruitment service Jobcentre Plus and BUPA Care Homes, have signed an agreement to help fill job vacancies in BUPA1s 258 care homes. Under the agreement, jobseekers will be able to access BUPA’s vacancies through a variety of channels, including a network of Jobcentre Plus offices, a website – www.jobcentreplus.gov.uk – and Jobseeker Direct, a telephone service. Employer services director for Jobcentre Plus Sue Moore said the agreement further strengthened what was already an important partnership. “BUPA Care Homes’ vacancies will be open to the widest selection of jobseekers possible, enabling them to build a stronger workforce,” said Ms Moore. BUPA Care Services recruitment manager Lucy Brewer said Jobcentre Plus currently helped BUPA to fill about 20 percent of its vacancies across the UK. “We hope to increase this figure to 30 percent over the next 12 months,” said Ms Brewer. “We employ more than 22,000 people including nurses, carers, catering and hotel services staff and we aim to create an environment





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