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Staff first customers always by Dorothy Jarvis-Lee

At the end of September, research conducted by Independent Age and the International Longevity Centre suggested that the UK’s decision to leave the European Union could jeopardise the future of the adult social care provision for disabled, given the sector's reliance on EU workers.


This was followed by controversial suggestions from Home Secretary, Amber Rudd suggesting that companies are failing to train local people choosing instead to recruit skilled foreign workers and arguing that the immigration system should prevent this from happening. This is has sparked widespread debate on the issue of foreign workers and their role in the economy.


At ubu, we take pride in our fantastic and dedicated staff without whom we could never deliver the level of care and support we offer. We recognise that when our staff succeed, we succeed and vice versa.


We employ a diverse range of people from all backgrounds and nationalities and we believe strongly in investing in all of our staff and helping them to develop new skills and advance their careers no matter what their background or nationality.



The social care sector needs dedicated, hard-working staff willing to go the extra mile and that’s what we look for. it’s about finding the right person for the job – someone honest, trustworthy and passionate about helping people – the rest can all be learnt.