For several years now, training has been an essential element of HR policy in health care institutions. It is directly linked to their missions (care, teaching, prevention, research).
In addition to being an obligation throughout their career, healthcare personnel have the desire to improve their knowledge and advance their career. It is therefore in the employer’s interest to stimulate and encourage them.
This is what we have done with Formeo,
we simplify the management of training in your organization: from its organization to its evaluation, including its communication. Thanks to Formeo, managers become actors in the development of their team’s skills, while the HR department has a 360° view of the employees to anticipate the needs in skills, training and recruitment.
Training and the social balance sheet for hospitals
The social report makes it possible to establish a link between the economic performance and the social policy of the establishment. It provides support for HR management and encourages the implementation of decision-making indicators.
In fact, the information contained in the social report enables all the players to understand the social situation of the establishment. For staff representatives, it is the only document that provides a global overview of the management of their human resources.
The social report facilitates consultation and contributes to positive dialogue. Thanks to it, you can justify your claims with precise facts and lead to decisions.
Formeo is part of this social audit process,
Each HR manager has access to information that allows them to better understand the essential characteristics of the care unit population.
The data in our training management platform helps to set objectives within the hospital. At all levels, Formeo contributes to the transparency and understanding of the HR strategy.
Continuing education is a professional priority!
However, the expenses related to training remain rather undergone and statutory by the institutions whereas they should represent a significant long-term investment. It is essential to preserve and maintain one’s skills to guarantee the quality of one’s work.
The cost approach and the accountability of decision-makers are the new challenges for healthcare institutions. Spending on continuing education must be seen as an essential investment in strategies for the development and improvement of the healthcare service. It is essential to emphasize the added value of training for healthcare personnel.