Union survey reveals frustration of those working in elderly care

Denmark Denmark
A study by the FOA public services trade union has found that many of its members who work in social and health care for the elderly are frustrated that they don’t have enough time to provide proper care. The report says that around a third of workers go home at the end of the day thinking that they could have done more while only one in six is satisfied with what they have managed to do. There is a feeling that the provision of care is undermined by too much regulation and bureaucracy and the union is calling on the government to fulfill its commitment to give social and health care workers greater freedom to do their job effectively.
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