About Arcadia Nursing
Established in 1994, Arcadia Nursing specialises in the supply of temporary and permanent Nurses, Theatre Staff, Locums, AHPs and Healthcare Assistants to a wide range of clients including:
- NHS Trusts
- Social Services
- Private Hospitals
- Nursing & Residential Homes
- Establishments for people with Mental Health, Complex Needs, Challenging Behaviour, Learning, Sensory and Physical Disabilities.
Arcadia has built a strong track record for providing an efficient and courteous service to our customers 24 hours a day throughout the year.
Arcadia is an approved Framework agency supplying staff to NHS Trusts on an emergency or temporary basis Nationwide.
Arcadia’s vision has always been to build long term relationships with our clients and our workers. We provide a dedicated service and take the time to understand exactly what both our clients and our workers require. Therefore, we regularly survey our clients to obtain feedback on whether we are providing good value for money and supplying workers with the right experience, training, work attitude and reliability.
Arcadia – An equal opportunities employer.
This information is intended as a statement of Company Policy.
Arcadia is an equal opportunities employer, therefore, Arcadia is committed to a policy of treating all its employees and job applicants equally.
Arcadia does not discriminate against any employee nor job applicant on grounds of (including, but not limited to) their race or colour, nationality, national or ethnic origin, sex, marital status, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability.
If complaints of discrimination are made, Arcadia will investigate these thoroughly and take the appropriate steps in light of such investigation, in accordance with our Equality & Diversity policy.
The Policy applies to all employees, contractors and workers, employed or engaged with Arcadia.
The HR Director shall have prime responsibility for implementing and monitoring the Policy and any queries relating to equal opportunities issues should be referred to them.
All employees are personally responsible for applying the Company’s Policy and for not discriminating against another employee or potential employee. Managers are also responsible for ensuring that neither they, nor employees reporting to them, unlawfully or unfairly discriminate against existing or prospective employees.