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Court of Appeal Sleep In ruling July, 2018

Today (Friday 13th July) the Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of MENCAP and decided that sleep-in carers should not receive the National Hourly Minimum Wage when they are asleep at work.  An employment tribunal last year ruled that social care providers should pay staff the National Minimum Wage for the periods in which carers were asleep. The tribunal also ordered providers to back pay... Read more

Statement regarding the rehoming of John Baker House residents July, 2018

Alabaré are working with Wiltshire Council to ensure there are provisions in place for those people who have been displaced as part of the current Police investigation in Salisbury. Last week we re-housed 10 residents from John Baker House (a hostel for homeless people run by Sanctuary Supported Living) following the evacuation of the residence on the morning of Thursday 5th July. Follow... Read more

Armed Forces Day 2018 July, 2018

Our teams were present at various Armed Forces Day events across the country over the past weekend. Saturday 30th June was an opportunity to celebrate the contribution made by current members of our services and also from across the wider military community including Veterans and cadets.   Members of Alabaré staff attended the national event which this year took place in Llandu... Read more

National Armed Forces Day 2019 is coming to Salisbury! June, 2018

We are delighted to welcome National Armed Forces Day 2019 to Salisbury! This fantastic event will shine a national light on the tremendous work of our amazing UK Armed Forces, and our heroic Veterans community, all against the backdrop of our beautiful, home city.  As the home of UK Land Forces for nearly half a century and with close ties to military bases all around the area, Salisbury ... Read more

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