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Scandal OF 🇬🇧 UK Private Social Care Providers AND Employment Sharp Pratices

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Did You Know If YOU carer Is young SHE / HE might well be Cerer Apprentice On £1.90 for your half hour visit yet care provider gets £24 £25 ph each carer provided.

Now this is where things get interesting even illegal in my opinion

A single young carer gets £3.90 ph as Apprentices IF half hour call takes two £3.90 is devided and each carer will get £1.90

So you see these private carer agencies are acting Ilegal and not paying min wage

Is a disgrace even Slavery Carer Apprentships and how they can chop and dice living wage.

When Care Providers charge by hour

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That's awful, JAS.

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Hidden in reply to Ergendl

Is and there is no reason on earth why should be that way WELL apart from greed

My partner is a professional carer, and she says "poppycock". You need to check your facts, you are so very wrong!

skischool
skischool in reply to 2greys

I think i am inclined to agree,Tameside as of April 2019 have a contract with careway for their home help services,under that contract the care company are paid £14.77 per hour per person attending and under the contract all care workers must be paid a minimum of £9 per hour regardless of age.

Admittedly they are still striving under Unison to obtain fare rates and times for travelling within jobs like most other care workers.

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Hidden in reply to 2greys

My facts come from several sources mouths MY facks are 💯 %

Clearly you can’t see picture of min wage and carer apprentice’s LIKE I say the slice dice hourly rate.

2greys
2greys in reply to Hidden

You are wrong 100%. If you still think you are correct ask CQC for the real facts. You have been led up the garden path and been fooled by anecdotal misinformation. End of.

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Hidden in reply to 2greys

You belive what you want to and all belive what I want to .. > end off

2greys
2greys in reply to Hidden

You just don't get it do you. They are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Ask them.

cqc.org.uk

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