Late Career Development & The Legacy Mentor Programme - A Collaboration Across The Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System

 

       NUH

 

As a key partner in the Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System, Nottingham University Hospitals is committed to “working together to be best for patients”, alongside our partner organisations.

 

Nottingham University Hospitals will be hosting a leadership fellow, Rebecca Jones, working in collaboration with Alison Pearce-Smith with a  remit to scope, review and develop a framework for evaluating late career retention across the Integrated Care System and creating a bespoke and targeted programme of support and development.

 

The aim of the work is to retain late career healthcare workers and their valuable knowledge and experience and to ensure Nottinghamshire has staff with the right skills to care for our population.

 

For information of how you can support this programme of work please contact Rebecca.Jones7@nuh.nhs.uk

Resources

To watch the Allyship video click here. You can also watch the Effective Conversations video here.

Flexible Working - Timewise Guidelines for employees

Pelvic Health and the Menopause

Pensions, Reitrement and Financial Planning

Late Career Pledge

 

The Late Career Hub – CARE4Notts

A resource hub hosted by the innovative Care4Notts platform (https://care4notts.org/) includes a digital toolkit ‘how to support LCPs’ for managers about flexible working approaches, succession planning, culture and leadership and creating the right environment. Now live on the website, this is accessible to all.

A series of short animated videos explains pensions, retirement and financial planning information. Infographics showcase career case studies explaining the effects on pensions and employment, outline flexible retirement options and feature a career framework which highlights options around late career working. These offer a starting point for people considering their personal situations.