Jobs blow as staff at multi-million pound Hartlepool development laid off before it even opens

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> Desperate times indeed, when staff in a new care home are expected to survive for a month with no pay while the company running it gets its act together…

Thity-three staff at a multi-million pound care development in Hartlepool have been temporarily laid off –  without pay  – before the facility has even opened.

The care workers employed by Mariner Care, to look after vulnerable adults at the new Burbank Mews complex, off Burbank Street, in Hartlepool, started working for the company in November and December last year in preparation for its first residents.

But, 33 of the 41 employed staff were informed that they have been laid off for a month.

The company says the delay is nothing to do with finances, but is due to “procedural timing” of it obtaining the correct legal applications from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – the Government watchdog which…

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