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Sticky People

Sticky People

STICKY PEOPLE PROVIDE BEST PRACTICE RECRUITMENT, SELECTION AND RETENTION TOOLS, TECHNIQUES AND CONSULTANCY TO CARE AND HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS IN THE UK.

WHO WE ARE
Our founder, Neil Eastwood is an experienced social care provider, entrepreneur and analyst, with a First Class Honours Degree and a Harvard Business School education. Neil has spent many years gathering best practice social care recruitment and retention tools and techniques from around the world. Neil and the rest of our team are all on a mission to help UK providers implement these tools and techniques in order to help address the social care workforce crisis in the UK.

As a leading authority on social care recruitment, Neil also regularly presents at conferences, provides training and consultancy services, blogs and is published in respected trade magazines such as Care Management Matters.

WHO WE WORK WITH
We have an exclusive licence agreement with the leading global assessment provider PeopleClues who have a UK office in Oxford and are headquartered in South Carolina, USA. We also collaborate with a range of like-minded organisations in the social care space who we think are at the top of their game.

WHERE WE ARE
The Sticky People team is based at our headquarters located in Petersfield within the South Downs National Park.

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