10 HR Annual Report

Report
HR Annual Report
Lynn Lane
Director of Human Resources
January 2008
(Agenda item 10)
Change of Direction
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Moving the HR Directorate forward from
Personnel to Strategic HRM
Providing pro-active HR Service delivered
through systems and process aligned to
Trust objectives
The Last Year ..
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Employment Services:
• Review of expertise and capability within the existing
team in order to change direction and focus from
personnel to HR.
• Change of service to managers from reactive to proactive
• Clearer focus, direction and management of all case
load work eg disciplinaries, sickness absence, with
clear action plans and timescales identified at the
outset.
• Service redesigns
• Management of employee relations activities
The Last Year ..
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Strategic Workforce Development
• Establishing a comprehensive Trust-wide workforce
strategy aligned with current operational and future
strategic planning for the Trust
• Scoping programme to meet EWTD 2009
• Input into workforce implications with SHA and PCT re
Emergency care and Older workforce
The Last Year ..
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Learning & Development Service
• Review of the service completed with alignment of
provision to Trust objectives
• Key curriculum initiatives launched based on national
occupational standards for staff bands 1-4
• Management and Personal Effectiveness initiatives
• Review of management development programmes in order
to deliver new training modules in 2008/09
• Clinical Skills initiatives
The Last Year ..
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Recruitment:
• Complete review of all recruitment and selection
activity in order to improve service provision
• New Induction Scheme launched
• ESR Manager Self-Service successfully piloted
 Improved HR Reporting via Board and Quarterly
Reviews
 Business case for electronic rostering approved
 Continued development of childcare services
 Completion of first phase of diversity training for all
managers in the Trust
The Last Year ..
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Medical Staffing
• 20 new Consultants successfully recruited
• Administered the MMC (MTAS) recruitment for Medicine
for the Peninsula
• Adminstered the MMC (MTAS) starters for RD&E
• Successfully re-banded 4 rotas for EWTD 2009
compliance, saving in excess of £250k
• Successfully upgraded 4 non-career grade doctors to
Associate specialist and Staff Grade levels
• Commendation received from the Deanery for the
contribution made to the Specialty Training recruitment
The Last Year ..
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Occupational Health:
Implementation of MMR vaccination for new healthcare
workers
 Review of counselling activity
 Resources re-aligned to support new RD&E induction
programme
• Offering OH assistance to local and national businesses
 Devon Partnership Trust contract continuing
 Ongoing discussion re proposals with Devon Primary
Care Trust to manage Devon-wide provision of OH
services
 Extension of services offered to the Faculty of Health &
Social Work, University of Plymouth
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The Future ..
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Directorate Vision:
To deliver high quality, cost effective and
professional services that make a real
difference to the organisation.

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