Staffordshire Future Social Care Workforce Strategy - Organisation Survey

Closed 6 Jul 2022

Opened 10 Jun 2022


Do you employ social care staff?  Tell us what you think to build a resilient workforce.

During the pandemic, the vital role that our adult and children’s social care workforce has in our community has been more evident than ever. As is the case across the country (including Staffordshire), there are real challenges in recruiting and retaining enough social care staff, despite everyone continuing to show huge skill and commitment. 

Following the pandemic, many people who are working in social care are under huge pressure to meet the needs of people who draw on care and support. So, across social care partners in Staffordshire, we are coming together to build the strongest and most resilient workforce that we can – this is essential to ensure quality care for everyone’s loved ones into the future. 

We are working with partners across the social care sector to pull together everyone’s views on strengths, challenges and opportunities to put together an ambitious workforce strategy in Staffordshire. The first sector-wide countywide group, made up of representatives across all care sectors, has already formed to develop this wide-reaching workforce strategy, but they cannot rise to the challenge without you, your experiences, and your voice.  

Please take just a few moments to fill in this survey by midnight on 6th July so that we can improve the experience of our current workforce and attract the very best new recruits into a rewarding and valued lifelong-career. 

Please be assured that your responses will be strictly confidential and that any quotes reported in the findings will not be attributable to you or your organisation. 

Please note: A separate survey is available for individuals who work in social care or would like to get into a career in social care, available here:


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