Alisha Clements

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Alisha Clements 9 th may 2012 Task B your work role Bi. Terms and conditions will have the name's of your employer and hours of work and it will also have what your job is and how you be expected to do them. It also will have the hours you will be doing and how much you will get payed a week or months and how much you are doing an hour. Your contract will also have the date you started and whether any previous employment is regarded as continuous with it, the contract should have the job title and what day the contract was written up. Bii. Pay slip contains basic rates,weekend rate, employee name, process date,national insurance number, the employee addresses. Pay silp also contains holidays taken and how many holidays remaining…show more content…
Mrs D was at Beeches Care Home in Wath-on-Dearne. After four weeks Mrs D was omitted to Barnsley Dirstrict Hostpital after contracting a chest infection, pneumonia, septicaemia, a urinary tract infection, an ear infection and pressure sores and later died from natural cause. The coroner wrote that Mrs D didn't get the "care and dignity she deserved". Before Mrs D moved in to the home the family informed us that "she was a fit and springhtly woman"who was in need of help that they couldn't give her. Mrs D's family said her "condition got worse when she was in the…show more content…
They also notices Mrs D hair was starting to matted as no one had time or made time to help Mrs D with brushing her hair. Mrs D son age 67 said that his mother had been physically fit and sprightly when she first went into the care home in 2007. Rotherham council carried out an investigation and found there has been neglect by omission and have agreed a protection plan which outlines actions the home should take to improve its care . The council said "record- keeping at the home was poor that in same cases they couldn't tell whether Mrs D has been given the care she was supposed to receive". The Beeches issued a statement saying: "The home continues to deny any physical neglect of Mrs D and believes she received the appropriate care and attention. The council said the report would be passed to the Commission for Social Care Inspectorate for it to decide if any further action is required. Mrs D granddaughter later said "this has been a long time coming, It has claified everything we thought we knew. She was neglected from the beginning from her admission to hostpital".The granddaughter had also said "if we save one life with this then we're happy". Since Mrs D death, a new company MHA has taken over the care
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