Underfunded adult social care will continue to lose staff unless ministers act, says UNISON
Responding to a new report by Skills for Care on the size and structure of the social care workforce, UNISON social care lead Gavin Edwards said today (Wednesday): “The scale of vacancies is alarming, and not just for those who rely on care and their families. The sorry state of social care is having a disastrous effect on the NHS, causing massive treatment waits, letting down patients and putting unbearable pressure on health staff. “The care sector is acutely underfunded. Wages are way too low leaving staff unable to cope with the rising cost of living. “Supermarkets are paying better rates without the stress, so it’s no surprise that people are jumping ship. “Nothing short of a complete overhaul of the care sector will do. The government must act or vulnerable people won’t get the care they need and deserve, and the NHS will be on its knees.” The article Underfunded adult social care will continue to lose staff unless ministers act, says UNISON first appeared on the UNISON National site.
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