Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40727400
Last week the government clarified their position on care providers paying the national minimum wage for sleep ins. Here is that communication… https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B373ACruqFCodWhfZTllMnRoZm8/view
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Here is this month’s L&D Partnerships Newsletter
Carewise care funding advice scheme Carewise is a partnership between West Sussex County Council, Age UK West Sussex , the Society of Later Life Advisers and West Sussex Partners in Care. It was established to provide trustworthy information and advice to people about choosing and paying for long-term care. The scheme includes a panel of […]
How soon is now? Debbie Sorkin summarises recent developments in Sustainability and Transformation Plans and explains why now is the right time for social care to take a central role. Earlier in the year, I wrote about Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs), and why it is vital for social care providers, alongside commissioners, to be […]
Here is this month’s partnerships newsletter from the WSCC learning and development team.
Skills for Care continues to support for Care Home Open Day 2017, encouraging care homes to open their doors to their local community. This year’s theme is ‘friendships’ and is partnered with The Big Lunch, the UK’s annual get together for neighbours. We want care homes to get involved and build new friendships by inviting […]
Here is the May West Sussex Partnerships newsletter from Karen Pirks, Partnerships officer.