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Perspectives on digital in housing

We have produced a white paper in partnership with HQN with on current perspectives on digital in the housing sector, with interviews from industry leaders including in Digital Leadership, empowering tenants, re-thinking the tenant experience, smarter homes and smarter workplaces.

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 Data at the heart of the risk 
landscape for social housing 

The annual sector risk profile has been released by the Regulator this week, reflecting the changing risk landscape and challenges currently facing social housing.

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 Finance for the future: how can 
you make the most of your 
Finance function? 

"The local government Finance function is at the heart of ongoing challenges to deliver evolving public services with constrained budgets"

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 10 ways we are accelerating 
diversity and inclusion in our 
recruitment process 

Produced in association with Socitm Ltd. The final guide in our series of four on 'how AI meets social care', this guide considers how to address technical issues in social care when embarking upon an AI journey.

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 Who will you be buying your social care case management system from in 2025?

The recent acquisition of Servelec by The Access Group will have raised both eyebrows and some questions, the most interesting of which could be ‘who will you be buying your social care case management system from in 2025?’

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 The importance of gender 
pay gap reporting 

"We are a rapidly growing business of 86 staff and are not obliged to formally report our gender pay gap status. In a “brave” move we have decided to voluntarily report our position from April."

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 No reverse gear 
series 

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been major shifts in the way local governments must work across all sectors. As we transition out of lockdown and back towards a 'new normal', it's important to consider how we can continue on this positive trend and not go into a reverse gear.

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 The importance of wellbeing 
in the workplace 

"Wellbeing in the workplace has been on the rise for many years now, but the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly accelerated the pace of this movement. Notwithstanding the incredible challenges of the past year, there have been positive developments in terms of organisations looking at how they can support their people’s health and wellbeing through the pandemic and beyond."