CARE SECTOR NEWS

Supreme Court to make final ruling this week on 'sleep in' shifts and national minimum wage

Supreme Court to make final ruling this week on 'sleep in' shifts and national minimum wage

The Supreme Court will making a final ruling on whether sleep-in shifts in a care setting are "working time” for National Minimum Wage purposes.

It is essential that you prepare an effective strategy for responding to the judgment, whatever the outcome, so that you can communicate it to staff and key stakeholders.

Getting Inspection Ready – free webinar Expert insight into key trends from 50 CQC reports...

Getting Inspection Ready – free webinar Expert insight into key trends from 50 CQC reports...

With inspection activities beginning to resume, focussing on preparing for these inspections will not only ensure you are ready when they come, but also help to bring back some normality.

 With this in mind, Citation are running a free ‘Getting Inspection Ready’ webinar on 23rd March at 10 am. Register for your place here...

 

BESPOKE CARE SELL BLUEBIRD CARE FRANCHISE IN RICHMOND AND TWICKENHAM

BESPOKE CARE SELL BLUEBIRD CARE FRANCHISE IN RICHMOND AND TWICKENHAM

Acting on behalf of the owners of Ilium Limited which operated the established Bluebird Care franchise in the London suburbs of Richmond and Twickenham, Bespoke Care are pleased to announce a sale has just been concluded. 
New website for ECY

New website for ECY

ECY are extremely proud to announce that their new website is now live!

Come and have a look...

Your free guide to managing COVID risks to pregnant employees

Your free guide to managing COVID risks to pregnant employees

Since the beginning of the pandemic, employers have had the tough job of managing workplace risks for all of their employees.But did you know that pregnant employees are classed as clinically vulnerable to COVID-19? Which means there are extra precautions you need to have in place to keep them safe.

Government white paper on NHS and Social Care reform is a tentative start

Government white paper on NHS and Social Care reform is a tentative start

The Government has published its white paper outlining proposed reform of the NHS and social care. Royds Withy King expert Mei-Ling Huang provides her comments in their latest blog.