Healthcare information provider Wolters Kluwer says online training and staff resources are key to reducing staff turnover.
Wolters Kluwer was responding to Skills for Care data revealing staff turnover of 27% (see Hundreds of carers quit every day).
Justine Griffin, Care Segment Manager for Wolters Kluwer, (pictured) said: “Our own recent research amongst care providers has highlighted that staff are overwhelmed by the amount of care standards they need to comply with. What they need is training and guidance they can access at times that suit them, which is easy to use and targeted on the issues they face.
“Croner-i Care from Wolters Kluwer is a continuously updated practical toolkit of the latest policies, procedures and training that helps care providers make the most of the limited resources they have.
“In our experience, staff who are well trained and have the guidance they need, are more likely to stay with their employer which means lower turnover and better care outcomes. Croner-i Care makes it easier for staff to give outstanding care.
“Working in social care can be challenging at times and people need to know that they are supported. We believe every care organisation in Britain has the desire to provide outstanding care for each person it looks after, giving them the most they can have in life – and we’re there to support each one in getting there.”