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Liberating front-line workers – centralise paperwork

Comment 1st July 2010

In an ideal world, paperwork wouldn't be necessary, however, in many cases it is. This idea is for the purposes of alleviating this burden on front-line workers and possibly creating jobs in the process.

 

 




Centralise administration/paperwork for NHS, schools and police – set up satellite organisations to complete all necessary paper work (and the work must be strictly necessary) which does not have to be performed by the responsible individual. Teachers, nurses, police must be as free as possible to fulfil their primary functions.

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Less paperwork for frontline staff, new jobs, what's not to like?

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