'Improve staff support or else', GSCC tells employers

May 2010
Community Care;5/27/2010, Issue 1820, p6
The article reports on the speech of Penny Thompson, the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the British General Social Care Council (GSCC), at Community Care LIVE 2010 held in London, England on May 18-19, 2010. Thompson said that the national standard for employers should have legal boundations if it fails to bring improvements for frontline social workers. She said that she wanted to see the social care profession in its full potential in England.


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