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Radfield Home Care Worcester increasing home care wages to new Real Living Wage

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Radfield Home Care Worcester, Droitwich & Malvern has increased its hourly rate to £9.30 for its home care jobs, in line with the latest Real Living Wage recommendation.

As part of the organisation’s unique home care employee satisfaction programme, the Caring for our Carers™ pledge, Radfield Home Care Worcester, Droitwich & Malvern is increasing its hourly rate for its home care jobs to £9.30. This is inline with the latest lift in pay rates by the Living Wage Foundation, calculated each year independent of the government's guidelines on the true cost of living and income requirements for employees and their families to live well.

Understanding and rewarding the valuable work care assistants undertake every day in the UK, Radfield Home Care operates its Caring for our Carers™ pledge across the country to support its home care professionals. As well as providing excellent rates of pay such as the Real Living Wage, Radfield Home Care Worcester, Droitwich & Malvern also offers career progression opportunities, employee recognition schemes and a supportive work environment to its care team.

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Director of Radfield Home Care Worcester, Droitwich & Malvern, Dawn Phillips said: “I am so proud of the home care services our carers provide, they are pillars of the community with the support they provide our elderly clients. The Real Living Wage is my way of saying thank you to them for their efforts and recognising their hard work.”



The current minimum government guidelines for hourly rates are dependent on age, whereas the Real Living Wage will be paid to all of Radfield Home Care Worcester, Droitwich & Malvern care assistants regardless of their age. This will mean Radfield Home Care employees will earn up to £1.85 more than the equivalent age-based minimum wage.

As an accredited Living Wage Employer, Radfield Home Care Worcester, Droitwich & Malvern is also helping support the national shortage of social care workers by encouraging more individuals to consider working with people in home care jobs as a rewarding career in care.

If you would like to find out more about Radfield Home Care jobs and how you can join the team, you can visit www.radfieldhomecare.co.uk or contact the branch directly on worcester@radfieldhomecare.co.uk or 01905 427 863.


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