Hiring crisis at the HSE
The reply to a Freedom of Information request from The Sunday Business Post highlights the chronic problem the HSE has in filling consultant posts
The health service is in crisis on a number of fronts, not least in its seeming inability to attract consultants to various unfilled posts around the country.
The failure to fill these consultant posts puts further pressure on the existing staff resourses at these hopsitals, which ultimately affects the end users – the patients.
The Public Appointments Service runs all recruitment campaigns on behalf of the HSE. The Sunday Business Post submitted a Freedom of...
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