One in eight childcare workers in England earn less than £5 an hour

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Report finds workload and lack of career development having an adverse effect on the sector One in eight childcare workers in England earn less than £5 an hour, according to new research which warns that low pay, high workload and a lack of career development are having an adverse effect on the sector. The Social Mobility Commission (SMC) report says there are signs theearly years workforce is becoming increasingly unstable, warning that high staff turnover risks undermining the quality of provision and disadvantaged children’s outcomes. Continue reading...

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