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Good Care Recruitment

April 16, 2021
During the coronavirus pandemic we have seen countless examples which celebrate the great work being done by the social care sector and which have inspired people to embark on a…
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Short-Term Paid Work Scheme (Last update: 08.04.21)

April 8, 2021
Do you know anyone who would like to work in adult social care on a short term basis? Share with them our latest poster on the short-term paid work scheme:…
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Splitting Employees under TUPE transfers – ECJ Ruling

March 19, 2021
A contract of employment can be fragmented if there is a service provision change under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (“TUPE”) The Employment Appeals Tribunal (“EAT”)…
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Apprenticeships Supporting Succession Planning

February 19, 2021
Recruitment and retention have long been issues in the care sector. The pandemic and Brexit have only made recruitment in the care setting more challenging than ever. Download our factsheet…
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Now is the Time for Training

February 17, 2021
With all the knowledge and skills you have developed during the pandemic, have you considered it is time to acknowledge your experience? Do you want to continue to advance the…
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Consistently hire your best care workers

September 30, 2020
Imagine you’ve got a bad headache, so you walk into the nearest pharmacy. There are two packets of painkillers on the shelf. The first packet says, Fast-acting relief for headaches.…
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Why should flexible working be encouraged?

June 19, 2020
COVID-19 has changed the way businesses operate and it has shown that businesses can adapt to flexible working. Therefore, the latest campaign run by Working Families – ”#flextheUK” is aimed…
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How Can You Attract And Retain Migrant Workers In Uncertain Times?

December 19, 2017
In many countries and parts of the UK such as London, where over 50% of frontline care workers are made up of migrants, the social care market would simply collapse without…
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