Use of agency nurses

Bob Lee made this Freedom of Information request to Locala Community Partnerships CIC

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Dear Locala Community Partnerships CIC,

Please can you provide the following information under the freedom of information act:

The number of qualified nurses working on a temporary (Agency) basis at the Company on 1st December 2014, divided into:

• RGN – Registered General Nurse
• RMN – Registered Mental Nurse
• RNLD – Registered Nurse Learning Disabilities

Please do not include bank staff.

Yours faithfully,

Bob Lee

Locala Community Partnerships CIC

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Terry Hallworth left an annotation ()

Good luck with Locala. They are a Social Enterprise that do not respond to FOI requests and keep everyone who does not agree with them out. They are also a Not For Profit company that made £2m in the first 18mths of trading. Meanwhile the CCG's who awarded the contracts are forecasting a £1m overspend yet insist Locala a good value for money!!! They have only published their accounts once in almost 4 years. They use Zero Hour contracts. They introduced a Mutually Agrred Redundancy scheme to run down staff. They have had numerous serious incidents, details of which can only be found through quizzing the CQC and CCG's. According to their contract with NKCCG & GHCCG all FOI requests must be pasted to the CCG. They are bidding for a £284m contract, if they loose it then they may not even exist as the company we now know and love, however they have many friends and very close to the CCG's so they will almost certainly get it to the detriment of the local trusts. The last contract they got,£40m, never even went to tender and was passed with a nod.