Stop telling Managers to 'just get bodies in the door' when it comes to recruitment, especially in services that need high level skill set.
Pay people what they are worth, you cant expect people to come to work with the risk of assault and supporting severely challenging behaviour with minimal training and for £8.80 an hour.
Understand that employee health is more important than money and let them take annual leave when possible, not only when it costs the least to AT.
Dont discriminate in 'reward schemes' like £10 an hour overtime rate during the pandemic but only if you go over an average full time contract. Are part time staff not as valuable as full time?
Get rid of management that don’t know what there doing! They advise the job with full training just shows they don’t get the training there promised
New manager in Worthing home is extremely rude and unprofessional causing two of our longest standing staff to leave
Get rid of your rude and unprofessional managers.
Start with treating your staff with respect and saying thank you. Stop reducing staff hours to make AT money, it causes stress with the extra workload and staff will just leave. Stop being greedy
Treat your staff equal and stop have favourites. Notice and appreciate your staff, even more so night staff. They give up alot to night shifts and are never even noticed. I can say this as I have worked for the company 6 years and there is staff higher up that dont have a clue who I am.
Hire professionals who have experience and education in the field of work, not just whoever will come and work for them. In one instance my manager wanted to interview a former truck driver she thought it might be amusing, seriously?!
Hire the right people instead of the right now people. The right person for the job will stay and enjoy the training and career progression opportunities on offer whilst valuing the individuals they are supporting.
Stop the problem of bullying. Start supporting staff.
When recruiting new service managers make sure they know their a***s from their elbows and are willing to listen to staff that know the service users well other than trying to make decisions for service users they havent taken the time to get to know.