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Housing Today has announced its Every Person Counts initiative to share insights around workforce issues across the whole of the housing sector. Every Person Counts aims to provide a place where debates about skills, employment, regulatory compliance, equality diversity and inclusivity and workplace culture can play out and solutions can be shared.

Our coverage will look at what the sector needs to do to ensure it can rise to the challenge of meeting new regulations, improve standards in housing management while also moving closer to delivering 300,000 homes a year to tackle the housing crisis.

We know that housing professionals come up against these issues in their everyday working lives, which is why we want to hear from you - our readers - about your experiences as employees and employers.

Email us at newsdesk@housingtoday.co.uk or use the hashtag #HTeverypersoncounts

Every person counts

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In Focus

‘Customer obsessed’: Yorkshire Housing boss Nick Atkin on using data and tech to improve housing and tenancy management

2024-05-17T06:00:00+01:00By

Nick Atkin is well known for being a disruptor in the social housing sector. Here he speaks to Carl Brown about some of his latest strategies – and why he is betting big on real-time data and smart technology

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Frontline stories

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Making a difference to people’s lives: My work as a neighbourhood manager

2024-05-31T06:00:00+01:00By

Katie Cockburn has worked in housing on the east coast of Scotland for more than two decades. For our Frontline Stories series, she chats with Olivia Barber about her journey and finding her voice as a changemaker in the housing sector.

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A labour of love: My work as a housing and employment officer

2024-05-03T06:00:00+01:00By

Not many councils have a housing and employment officer, but Monica Chabria is one. In the first of our Frontline Stories series, she tells Olivia Barber about the role

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