Care workers lack ‘collective voice’, report finds

Henry Simmons, Fair Work Convention member. (Picture taken by Percy Rippe)

The Scottish social care workforce has a ‘limited meaningful collective voice’ leading to employees unable to discuss their concerns effectively. The Fair Work Convention is calling on the Scottish government to set up a sector-level body to ensure that workers have an effective voice in the design, development and delivery of services. Its report, Fair Work in…

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