Statistics: children's services social worker workforce

Loredana Grigore made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Southampton City Council

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Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Southampton City Council,

The government has recently published the social worker workforce statistics children’s services for 2016 based on information provided just under six months ago. If correct, and I question the figures for some LAs, your use of agency social workers and/or turnover rate appears to be well above the national and regional average.

I would be grateful if you could respond to the following questions:

1. What is the trend data for your Local Authority over the last three years in relation to the proportion of agency front line social workers (those holding cases) as opposed to front line directly employed workers; the average number of cases held by all front line workers; the turnover rate of both directly employed and also agency social workers?
2. Do you have a strategic recruitment and retention plan for front line social workers? If so please provide a copy and any data that can support or otherwise it’s effectiveness in achieving it’s aims.
3. Last year HCPC estimated that it would process about 600 registration applications from foreign-trained social workers. Have you considered international recruitment. If you have not are there specific reasons why you have not pursued such an option given that children’s social work is on the government’s official shortage occupation list?
4. If you have recruited from outside of the UK can you please provide details of source countries and the numbers involved ideally broken down by those who have applied to you themselves and those you have recruited through an agency? How long has it taken to get such workers into post after interview? How many were registered to work in the UK (including the provinces) in advance of interview? What proportion have passed their probationary periods? What data do you have on retention rates for such social workers?
5. If you have recruited through an agency what fees and costs were involved? How did you comply with principles of procurement and in particular ensure best value? How many agencies were contacted and invited to bid? Were there any agencies who you knew provided such workers but were overlooked for such purposes? If you had a procurement specification(source country, post qualification experience, languages, registration situation etc), please provide a copy.
6. Which Officer (position and name if appropriate) takes lead responsibility for the recruitment and retention of childrens services social workers?

I thank you in advance for the time and trouble in responding to my questions.

Yours faithfully,

Loredana Grigore

Information, Southampton City Council

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Information, Southampton City Council

Dear Loredana Grigore,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request received on 28/02/2017.
It has been determined that you have requested the following information:

 

1.         What is the trend data for your Local Authority over the last
three years in relation to the proportion of agency front line social
workers (those holding cases) as opposed to front line directly employed
workers; the average number of cases held by all front line workers; the
turnover rate of both directly employed and also agency social workers?

2.         Do you have a strategic recruitment and retention plan for
front line social workers? If so please provide a copy and any data that
can support or otherwise it’s effectiveness in achieving it’s aims.

3.         Last year HCPC estimated that it would process about 600
registration applications from foreign-trained social workers. Have you
considered international recruitment. If you have not are there specific
reasons why you have not pursued such an option given that children’s
social work is on the government’s official shortage occupation list?

4.         If you have recruited from outside of the UK can you please
provide details of source countries and the numbers involved ideally
broken down by those who have applied to you themselves and those you have
recruited through an agency? How long has it taken to get such workers
into post after interview? How many were registered to work in the UK
(including the provinces) in advance of interview? What proportion have
passed their probationary periods? What data do you have on retention
rates for such social workers?

5.         If you have recruited through an agency what fees and costs
were involved? How did you comply with principles of procurement and in
particular ensure best value? How many agencies were contacted and invited
to bid? Were there any agencies who you knew provided such workers but
were overlooked for such purposes? If you had a procurement
specification(source country, post qualification experience, languages,
registration situation etc), please provide a copy.

6.         Which Officer (position and name if appropriate) takes lead
responsibility for the recruitment and retention of children’s services
social workers?

 

If this is not correct, please contact [1][email address]
to clarify your request as soon as possible.

 

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you find the information you are seeking, please let us know accordingly
and we will close your request. If we do not hear from you further we will
continue to process your request in accordance with the relevant
legislation.

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson
Modern Apprentice (Business Administration and Information Law)

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3000 (switchboard)

[4]@SouthamptonCC    [5]facebook.com/SotonCC

 

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Information, Southampton City Council

Dear Loredana Grigore,

 

I write further to your email of 28/02/2017, in which you submitted a
request for information to the Council. I understand that you
were anticipating a response to your request 28/03/2017.

 

Unfortunately we are unable to provide you with a response at this time as
processing your request has taken longer than anticipated. Please accept
my apologies for this delay, we hope to be in a position to provide you
with a response in the near future.

 

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson

Modern Apprentice (Business Administration and Information Law)

Southampton & Fareham Legal Partnership

Southampton City Council

Tel: 023 8083 2129

Fax: 023 8083 2308

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FOI-1617-1264-017103/00574078

 

From: Matterson, Nathan On Behalf Of Information
Sent: 01 March 2017 10:21
To: 'Loredana Grigore' <[FOI #392386 email]>
Subject: FOI-1617-1264-017103 - FOI request - Grigore - children's
services social worker workforce

 

Dear Loredana Grigore,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request received on 28/02/2017.
It has been determined that you have requested the following information:

 

1.         What is the trend data for your Local Authority over the last
three years in relation to the proportion of agency front line social
workers (those holding cases) as opposed to front line directly employed
workers; the average number of cases held by all front line workers; the
turnover rate of both directly employed and also agency social workers?

2.         Do you have a strategic recruitment and retention plan for
front line social workers? If so please provide a copy and any data that
can support or otherwise it’s effectiveness in achieving it’s aims.

3.         Last year HCPC estimated that it would process about 600
registration applications from foreign-trained social workers. Have you
considered international recruitment. If you have not are there specific
reasons why you have not pursued such an option given that children’s
social work is on the government’s official shortage occupation list?

4.         If you have recruited from outside of the UK can you please
provide details of source countries and the numbers involved ideally
broken down by those who have applied to you themselves and those you have
recruited through an agency? How long has it taken to get such workers
into post after interview? How many were registered to work in the UK
(including the provinces) in advance of interview? What proportion have
passed their probationary periods? What data do you have on retention
rates for such social workers?

5.         If you have recruited through an agency what fees and costs
were involved? How did you comply with principles of procurement and in
particular ensure best value? How many agencies were contacted and invited
to bid? Were there any agencies who you knew provided such workers but
were overlooked for such purposes? If you had a procurement
specification(source country, post qualification experience, languages,
registration situation etc), please provide a copy.

6.         Which Officer (position and name if appropriate) takes lead
responsibility for the recruitment and retention of children’s services
social workers?

 

If this is not correct, please contact [1][email address]
to clarify your request as soon as possible.

 

Unless clarified otherwise, your request is being dealt with under the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and will be forwarded to the
service area(s) holding the information. Your request will be answered
promptly, and within twenty working days of the date your request was
received.

 

Please note, the service area(s) holding the information may need further
information from you to locate the information sought once they have
received the request, and you will be contacted again should this be
necessary.

 

If you have any queries about this request do not hesitate to contact me.
Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

 

The Council now publishes responses to requests made to it under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information
Regulations 2004. These responses are available on the Council’s website –

 

[2]http://www.southampton.gov.uk/council-de...

 

The Council also routinely publishes information on its Publication
Scheme:

 

[3]http://www.southampton.gov.uk/council-de...

 

If the information you have requested in your current request has been
requested recently then it is likely that our response to that request is
already available to you via the disclosure log or via the Publication
Scheme. You may wish to view our disclosure log and Publication scheme to
ascertain whether the information you are seeking is already published. If
you find the information you are seeking, please let us know accordingly
and we will close your request. If we do not hear from you further we will
continue to process your request in accordance with the relevant
legislation.

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson
Modern Apprentice (Business Administration and Information Law)

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3000 (switchboard)

[4]@SouthamptonCC    [5]facebook.com/SotonCC

 

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is addressed, and may contain information that is privileged and/or
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FOI-1617-1264-017103/00551759

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Dear Information,

I wait in anticipation.

Yours sincerely,

Loredana Grigore

Information, Southampton City Council

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Dear Southampton City Council,

When can I expect a response to this which is overdue?
Yours faithfully,

Loredana Grigore

Information, Southampton City Council

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Information, Southampton City Council

Dear Loredana,

 

My sincerest apologies for the delay in responding to your Freedom of
Information request.

 

I can confirm that this matter was chased with the responding service are
on the 6^th April 2017, to which I cannot yet see a response. As such I
have chased the service for both an update, as well as a likely deadline
for disclosure regarding your request. Once provided, I will ensure these
details are passed on to you swiftly.

 

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me with any further
queries.

 

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson

Junior Legal Assistant

Southampton & Fareham Legal Partnership

Southampton City Council

Tel: 023 8083 2129

Fax: 023 8083 2308

Email:  [1][email address]

GCSX: [2][email address]

 

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FOI-1617-1264-017103/00590046

 

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Loredana Grigore

Dear Information,

Please pursue this as a matter of urgency.

Yours sincerely,

Loredana Grigore

Information, Southampton City Council

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on 023 8083 2129.

Information, Southampton City Council

Dear Loredana,

 

Please accept my apologies for the delay in response for this matter. We
are monitoring the situation and I have let the service area dealing with
your request know that you have chased this again. We will endeavour to
get a response out to you as swiftly as possible.

 

 

Regards,

 

Mike Cottam

Student Legal Assistant (Intern)

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3468

Primary email: [1][email address]
[2]@SouthamptonCC    [3]facebook.com/SotonCC

 
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FOI-1617-1264-017103/00602474

 

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Loredana Grigore

Dear Southampton City Council,
It seems that the internal review procedure is the only way to trigger a response to my questions.

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Southampton City Council's handling of my FOI request 'Statistics: children's services social worker workforce'.

[ GIVE DETAILS ABOUT YOUR COMPLAINT HERE ]

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/s...

Yours faithfully,

Loredana Grigore

Information, Southampton City Council

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on 023 8083 2129.

Loredana Grigore

Dear Southampton City Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Southampton City Council's handling of my FOI request 'Statistics: children's services social worker workforce'.

I need a response ans this would seem to be the only way to get one.
[ GIVE DETAILS ABOUT YOUR COMPLAINT HERE ]

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/s...

Yours faithfully,

Loredana Grigore

Information, Southampton City Council

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Information, Southampton City Council

Dear Loredana,

 

Thank you for your request for the review of FOI-1617-1264 received on
19/04/2017. This matter I being dealt with under CL16-03-04-018558.

 

I have passed your request to the Information Lawyer (Data Protection
Officer), and they will respond to you within twenty working days of the
date your request was received.

 

If you have any queries about this request, do not hesitate to contact me
on 023 8083 2129.

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson

Modern Apprentice (Business Administration and Information Law)

Southampton & Fareham Legal Partnership

Southampton City Council

Tel: 023 8083 2129

Fax: 023 8083 2308

[1][email address]

 

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CL16-03-04-018558/00607888

 

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Thornton, Chris, Southampton City Council

Dear Loredana,

 

Your request for an internal review has been passed to me, and I apologise
for the time taken in providing you with a response to your original
request. I will ascertain the reason for the delay, and get a response to
you as soon as practicable.

 

Regards,

 

Chris Thornton
Information Lawyer (Data Protection Officer)

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3000 (switchboard)

[1]@SouthamptonCC    [2]facebook.com/SotonCC

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CL16-03-04-018558/00608178

 

From: Matterson, Nathan On Behalf Of Information
Sent: 19 May 2017 14:18
To: 'Loredana Grigore' <[FOI #392386 email]>
Subject: RE: Internal review of Freedom of Information request -
Statistics: children's services social worker workforce

 

Dear Loredana,

 

Thank you for your request for the review of FOI-1617-1264 received on
19/04/2017. This matter I being dealt with under CL16-03-04-018558.

 

I have passed your request to the Information Lawyer (Data Protection
Officer), and they will respond to you within twenty working days of the
date your request was received.

 

If you have any queries about this request, do not hesitate to contact me
on 023 8083 2129.

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson

Modern Apprentice (Business Administration and Information Law)

Southampton & Fareham Legal Partnership

Southampton City Council

Tel: 023 8083 2129

Fax: 023 8083 2308

[3][email address]

 

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CL16-03-04-018558/00607888

 

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Thornton, Chris, Southampton City Council

1 Atodiad

Dear Loredana,

 

Further to my email below, I can confirm that the review of your FOI
request has been carried out, and I now attach the Council’s response.

 

The Council takes its obligations under the FOIA seriously, but it is
clear in this case that the Council’s handling of your request was
inadequate, as it failed to comply with its duty to supply you with the
information sought within the statutory time frame.

 

The service area have advised me that the delay in this instance was due
to high service demand. I apologise for this, and want to assure you that
the process for handling FOI requests has been reviewed recently, and
steps have been taken to improve it.

 

This has resulted in a redistribution of resources for co-ordinating
requests, which will hopefully improve efficiency, and avoid similar
delays occurring in the future. The Council has also made changes to its
information governance structure, which will make it easier to escalate
issues once problems or potential delays have been identified.

 

I hope that you are satisfied with the information provided as part of the
response, although I do accept that the Council did not perform at an
acceptable standard in accordance with the FOIA in processing your
request.

 

Should you have any concerns about the Council’s response, however, I
would be happy to look at these, and assist you as required.

 

Regards,

 

Chris Thornton
Information Lawyer (Data Protection Officer)

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3000 (switchboard)

[1]@SouthamptonCC    [2]facebook.com/SotonCC

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CL16-03-04-018558/00616228

 

From: Thornton, Chris
Sent: 22 May 2017 09:10
To: 'Loredana Grigore' <[FOI #392386 email]>
Subject: RE: Internal review of Freedom of Information request -
Statistics: children's services social worker workforce

 

Dear Loredana,

 

Your request for an internal review has been passed to me, and I apologise
for the time taken in providing you with a response to your original
request. I will ascertain the reason for the delay, and get a response to
you as soon as practicable.

 

Regards,

 

Chris Thornton
Information Lawyer (Data Protection Officer)

Legal & Governance

Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership
Southampton City Council
Tel: 023 8083 3000 (switchboard)

[3]@SouthamptonCC    [4]facebook.com/SotonCC

This email is confidential but may have to be disclosed under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000, the Data Protection Act 1998, or the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004. If you are not the person or
organisation it was meant for, apologies, please ignore it, delete it, and
notify us. SCC does not make legally binding agreements or accept formal
notices/proceedings by email. E-mails may be monitored. This email (and
its attachments) is intended only for the use of the person(s) to whom it
is addressed, and may contain information that is privileged and/or
confidential. If it has come to you in error, you must take no action
based on it, nor must you copy or show it to anyone.

 

CL16-03-04-018558/00608178

 

From: Matterson, Nathan On Behalf Of Information
Sent: 19 May 2017 14:18
To: 'Loredana Grigore' <[5][FOI #392386 email]>
Subject: RE: Internal review of Freedom of Information request -
Statistics: children's services social worker workforce

 

Dear Loredana,

 

Thank you for your request for the review of FOI-1617-1264 received on
19/04/2017. This matter I being dealt with under CL16-03-04-018558.

 

I have passed your request to the Information Lawyer (Data Protection
Officer), and they will respond to you within twenty working days of the
date your request was received.

 

If you have any queries about this request, do not hesitate to contact me
on 023 8083 2129.

Regards,

 

Nathan Matterson

Modern Apprentice (Business Administration and Information Law)

Southampton & Fareham Legal Partnership

Southampton City Council

Tel: 023 8083 2129

Fax: 023 8083 2308

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