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Social care leaders warn government of workforce crisis

Social care leaders warn government of workforce crisis

Leading social care organisations have warned the government of an impending workforce crisis and the dire need to improve the public perception of the sector.
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Care England welcomes immigration rule exemption for social care nurses

Care England has welcomed a Home Office announcement that all nurses will be exempted from the Tier 2 (General) limit.

Hartford Care appoints Clinical Development Lead

Maryanne Scriven has been appointed Group Clinical Development Leader at Hartford Care.

A third of care professionals consider quitting over lack of mental health support

A third of care home professional have considered quitting their jobs due to a lack of mental health support, a survey has found.

New nursing roles focus on quality at Lancashire care home

Springhill Care Home in Accrington, Lancashire has created three new roles to help staff focus on key areas of care.

BREAKING NEWS: Recruitment and retention key to care home turnarounds, CQC finds

The recruitment and retention of high quality staff is key to turning around failing care homes, a CQC report has found.

Brexit immigration controls could worsen social care crisis

IPPR report says the vast majority of EU migrants working for social care charities in the UK would not be eligible for employment if rules for those outside the EU were applied to them

Care England warns of ‘unhelpful competition’ between health and social care workforce

Care England has warned over a lack of parity between the health and social care workforce following recent wage rises for NHS staff.

Care home designer announces new appointment

Leading care home designer DWA Architects has appointed Alex Tam as an architectural technician at its York head office.

Wigan care home to create more than 150 jobs

A Wigan care home will create more than 150 jobs for the local area when it opens its doors in the autumn.
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