HSE rapped for retraining kitchen staff to provide frontline care

HSE rapped for retraining kitchen staff to provide frontline care

The HSE has been told to reconsider its plan to retrain around a dozen drivers and kitchen staff as frontline healthcare assistants at a centre for people with intellectual disabilities.

The plan is in spite of the fact that it would be cheaper to pay the staff voluntary redundancy.

The workers St Patrick’s Centre in Kilkenny – who are mostly involved in the kitchen, the laundry, and as drivers – would cost more than €1.5...

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