29th Oct 2015
Paying Care Home Workers in the UK the Living Wage
A new publication from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
26th Aug 2015
Adult Social Care Investing in Graduates
The Department of Health continues to support our programme as a key investment in the growing sector.
26th Aug 2015
Getting the Sums Right
How to sustainably finance personal health budgets
25th Aug 2015
Empowering and Engaging Communities
Everyone agrees that building community capacity is vital to achieving sustainable health and wellbeing.
10th Sep 2015
100 days and counting…
As the Tory government passes the milestone of its first 100 days in office The National Care Association ask the question; “how high on the Government’s agenda is the crisis in social care funding in view of the Chancellor’s Budget in July, a Budget which imposed further costs of circa £1bn plus on the already fragile market?”
13th April 2017
Right to Work Checks
We are doing a piece of research into how non-EEA nationals prove their right to work to the employer, so that we have a better understanding of what our customers need.
How you could help us
- We are looking for non-EEA nationals to give us feedback about their experience of Right to Work checks and to help us test initial prototypes of our service. This is a great opportunity to help shape a project that employers like you will be using in the future that will provide significant benefits to businesses for many years to come. We are looking to speak to non-EEA nationals this week.
- We are also looking for small to medium employers in the Care sector
We would like to hold sessions with employers starting from Tuesday 18thth April. Each session will last about one hour and our researchers can arrange to meet you at a time and place convenient to you.
- If you can participate, please email or call email@example.com, 07983500038
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We can conduct the session over skype or face-to-face, depending on your location.
Protecting the people who take part
Everything we cover in the research is confidential. It will only ever be used to inform the redesign of our service, and never for any other purpose.