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Guest Blog: How to effectively use job boards

While attracting the best talent is certainly no easy task, there are now a number of tools available to help employers find the individuals they need to make their business thrive. Social media and company websites are fantastic places to post job adverts, however there’s no doubt that job boards …

Migration policy: A homecare provider’s perspective

The new UK migration system will not include a visa option for the dismissively named “low-skilled” workforce after Brexit. This has caused huge concern for homecare providers working in a seriously underfunded care system. Non-British nationals make a major contribution to the UK’s social care system. A homecare provider in …

Brexit and the homecare sector

Like it or loathe it, Brexit is a reality which homecare providers are factoring into their planning. This update coincides with the UK’s departure from the European Union at 11pm on Friday, 31 January 2020. The most significant potential impact of Brexit for homecare providers is the future availability of …

Joint open letter on adult social care

A joint open letter from the LGA, Age UK, Alzheimer’s Society, Association of Directors of Public Health, Association for Real Change, Associated Retirement Community Operators, Care England, Care Provider Alliance, Carers UK, Independent Age, NHS Confederation, Shared Lives Plus, Solace, United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA) and Voluntary Organisations Disability Group. Dear …

Manifesto 2019

Our next government has a significant opportunity to place the future well-being of older and disabled people at the heart of our nation’s vision for a society which values every citizen. Supporting older and disabled people to live well and independently at home. Download the full version of the Manifesto …