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Social care to receive £269 million to boost staffing levels and testing

Social care sector to receive £269 million to boost staffing levels and testing. New £120 million fund for local authorities to boost staffing levels. £149 million grant system to support increased testing in care homes

Don’t just clap for carers – Urgent calls for new deal for health and care employees

Researchers from King’s Business School have published a paper urgently calling for a new deal for health and care employees that acknowledges and reflects...

Could you host a graduate in your care organisation?

It’s run in partnership between Skills for Care, the NHS Leadership Academy, and supported by the Department of Health and Social Care. It includes...

90,000 care workers needed immediately if manifesto pledges are to be met!

New analysis reveals that up to 90,000 home care workers for the over 65s are needed immediately if the main parties’ manifesto pledges to...

National care provider speaks out- Low skilled image damaging care sector recruitment

A major care provider group has spoken out against referring to care workers as ‘low skilled’ saying it is damaging the sector’s ability to...

Immigration proposals – a devastating impact on health + social care says law firm

The Government’s new immigration system fails to tackle the deepening staffing crisis in the health and social care sector, according to Royds Withy King...

A Christmas thank you to those who make a difference

As we wind down to Christmas and the party season, it’s time to look at the hard work delivered by care staff in care...

Department of Health and Social Care launches care worker recruitment pilot

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) is launching a month-long pilot communications programme to promote jobs in the adult social care sector....

Recruitment and retention of capable, valued and supported care staff has never been more critical

Findings from the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) ‘Driving Improvement’ report – exploring how adult social care services from across the country have managed to...

Care providers invited to give their opinion on Brexit and migrant workers

Launch of Inquiry by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Migration: "Beyond the highly skilled – The Needs of other Economic Migration Stakeholders" The All-Parliamentary Party...

Healthcare workers blame skills shortages on poor patient care

The majority of UK healthcare workers (89.7%) believe that worsening skills shortages are reducing levels of patient care, with 77.5% believing that low salaries...

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