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Our Human Resources Development specialists have the skills and experience to ensure you have the right policies, procedures and training in place to attract and retain the best staff. The Arden & GEM ‘Hire-to-Retire’ Human Resource, Organisational Development and Payroll Services model combines efficiency and scale with locally embedded experts to meet your changing requirements.
Our transactional HR services are cost effective, flexible and responsive, with expertise and technology that can be adapted to deliver your individual support needs. Our HR Business Partners offer strategic HR support drawing on experience and expertise spanning both the public and private sector. Working as an extension of your team, we provide flexible strategic HR solutions that seamlessly align with your organisational culture, values and ways of working.
We work collaboratively to understand your exact requirements and build a cost effective solution to meet your needs, whether that’s dedicated strategic HR expertise for specific projects or an ongoing consultancy service.
Working with a large number of organisations across multiple locations, we have already developed robust processes and systems and can deliver significant cost efficiencies for all our customers. In addition to our in-house delivery, we bring leading expertise from our specialist private sector partners.
“Arden & GEM provide Nottingham City CCG with a comprehensive transactional HR service, including recruitment, payroll, and workforce systems (ESR). They provide a timely, responsive and pro-active service that consistently meets all key performance indicators. I am very impressed with the high level of service we continually receive.”
Head of HR and Organisational Development, Nottingham City CCG
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Aaron Atkinson, Associate Director of Business Intelligence at Arden & GEM, shares how he first got into analytics, the importance of putting people first and how to connect the dots in this latest Q&A in our BI Careers series.
It’s important that we now take this opportunity to review and reflect so that we consider the implications of the remote working era on future (and present) workers.
Carla Smith, Apprenticeship and Career Development Manager at Arden & GEM, explains how the sector-based work academy programme and apprenticeships are helping jobseekers into careers with the NHS.
Arden & GEM, in partnership with the Greater Manchester Provider Collaborative, delivered a system-wide temporary staffing review incorporating workforce planning, data analysis, systems and processes, and joint procurement and commissioning activities, with an estimated value of opportunity of £53m in agency savings.
Arden & GEM is now a proud signatory of the Armed Forces Covenant, as part of its commitment to supporting the armed forces community.
Arden & GEM is pleased to announce that it has formed a new collaboration with Zero Suicide Alliance.
We worked in partnership with Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to deliver bespoke leadership training for black and minority ethnic staff which has resulted in improved confidence, morale and new career opportunities.
ICBs have access to a large, talented workforce which can unlock opportunities to improve health and social care explains Head of Service for Workforce Planning and Consultancy, Fiona Grove, in our latest blog for Healthcare Leader.
With net zero targets, green plans, carbon reduction plans and procurement legislation, social value in the NHS is not optional. Our Social Value Lead, Becky Jones, looks at how progress can be made by ICBs in this latest blog for Healthcare Leader.
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