How to create an inclusive culture in GP super practices By: William Haines | Post date: 20/12/2017 | Time to read article: 1 mins The information within this article was correct at the time of publishing. Last updated 14/11/2018 () ★ Career planning Communicate Human resources New care models Training & cpd Show More How do you go about creating an inclusive culture where all individuals feel they have contributed? Will Haines, Employment Law Consultant at Croner Group, discusses the importance of creating an inclusive culture in GP super practices. Transcript I feel that it’s extremely important for individual GP practices now we’re moving towards these new super practices, that they business really focuses on inclusivity. That can be done through formalised processes such as workforce or workplace committees whether that’s elected reps or anonymous elected reps, however the business wants to do it. Or through informal processes like suggestion boxes, things like that, or even through appraisals or one to ones where maybe staff feel a bit more comfortable with raising issues or ideas or suggestions or whatever it might be. So I feel that’s a real priority as we move towards these new super practices. Share this article Share Tweet Medical Protection Expert William Haines William Haines is the regional employment consultant at Croner Group Ltd., an award-winning consultancy for HR and health & safety. He’s spent 9 years in HR providing advice, bespoke employment documentation and on-site consultancy solutions for all HR and employment problems.