Published Date: 26 September, 2022
Last updated on: 24 April, 2023
The latest DataFlow-sponsored healthcare roundtable event, brought 11 healthcare leaders and decision-makers within the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) together to discuss the importance of supporting international nurses to work, live and thrive in the UK successfully.
The healthcare roundtable, chaired by Megan Ford from the Nursing Times in London, focused on international recruitment as a partial solution to address the ongoing shortage of nurses in the UK. CEO of DataFlow, Sunil Kumar and CCO of DataFlow, Rafi Hattar, were in attendance.
Throughout the healthcare roundtable, discussions moved from competition between countries for hiring from overseas, coordinated international and domestic sustainable approaches, ethical international recruitment, staff retention, representation in the workplace, career growth, funding career development goals and continued pastoral care.
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About The Authors
Sunil is the Chief Executive Officer at the DataFlow Group. He draws on over 25+ years of global management experience across the manufacturing and professional services industry. A results driven seasoned executive, prior to joining the DataFlow Group, Sunil held COO and CFO roles with Deutsche Bank, Genpact and GE.
Rafi Hattar is the Chief Commercial Officer at the DataFlow Group. He has over 20 years of rich experience in Sales and Business Development and has worked with top Engineering Software Solution firms like Bentley Systems, Aveva Solutions, and Hexagon as a Business leader. An engineer who also holds an MBA degree from the University of Leicester in the UK, Rafi leads the Commercial division at DataFlow, where he establishes the key strategic priorities and translates them into a comprehensive strategic plan, that spans the capabilities of the DataFlow Group across the globe.