Care home residents recruit staff

Residents at a care home were asked to help recruit a deputy manager. Roisin Woolnough reports

When residents at a care home in Scotland were asked to help recruit a new deputy manager, many of them were taken aback at the request.

“The most common response was ‘Oh, I thought my days of recruitment were over’,” says Jozi Stables, manager at Renaissance Care’s Glencairn Care Home in Edinburgh. That’s just what Ian Arnott, a 94-year-old former architect, was...

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