The charity will use Cornerstone’s applications for learning and development, performance management and succession planning to manage and develop its workforce of 2,000 people. It will deliver a personalised learning experience tailored for each user’s particular job role and career aspirations. This will streamline the time spent on learning and reduce time away from the job.
Siobhan Sheridan, HR director at the NSPCC, said: “Our people are absolutely pivotal to our mission of ending cruelty to children. Enabling them to be as effective as possible each and every moment of every day is critical. We have to ensure that we have the right people to deliver this highly important work. Our approach to recruiting, managing and developing the most talented and highly skilled workforce possible is therefore right at the top of our agenda. We are delighted to work with Cornerstone and use their system to help our people best support the needs of young people and families across the country.”
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