Monthly Archives: August 2017

CQC Leaves Nursing Home in Special Measures After Failing Inspection

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has told Nada Residential and Nursing Home that they must make improvements to protect the safety and welfare of people they care for. Nada is a privately owned care home that is situated in the … Continue reading

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Why Authors Can’t Afford to Ignore Goodreads

Goodreads, the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations, launched in January 2007 with the aim of helping people find and share books they love. Visitors to the site can: See what books their friends are reading. Track the … Continue reading

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CQC Rates Staff Owned Social Enterprise as Outstanding

First Community Health & Care C.I.C, a staff-owned social enterprise that provides services across the area of East Surrey and parts of West Sussex to a population of 178, 000 people, has been rated as Outstanding by the CQC. Inspectors … Continue reading

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Employees Spend Over 10 Hours a Week Procrastinating

Rebootonline.com carried out a study of 865 office workers, laying bare the hours and the cost of time people spend procrastinating at work. Overall it was revealed that this expensive drain is costing companies £8,851.14 per employee annually. It was … Continue reading

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Could Universities Do More To Encourage Ethnic Diversity?

The Insitute for Policy Research at Bath University has published a report into ethnic diversity and the composition of student populations attending UK universities. The new IPR Policy Brief ‘Diverse Places of Learning?’ suggests some universities need to do more … Continue reading

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CQC Helps Taxi Firm Improves its Service to NHS

A north London taxi firm which works closely which the NHS has made improvements according to a focused Care Quality Commission inspection carried out in May 2017. At a previous inspection Mealing Taxis Limited, based in Northwood, in the London … Continue reading

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