Lack of career prospects driving community and disability workers away

Despite disability and care sector workers being proud of the work they do, many report wanting to leave the sector because of a lack of career development opportunities, new research finds.

The report found that this was predominantly because of poor leadership, inadequate pay, a lack of career opportunities such as promotions or learning new skills, and significant periods of unpaid work and travel time.

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Topics:
Disability service providers

Author:
Maggie Coggan

Source:
PBA

Date published:
Tue 16th Nov, 2021