Last chance to have your say on the state of whistleblowing in social work

Community Care's anonymous survey is seeking your views on raising concerns about poor practice

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There is only one day left to have your say about the state of whistleblowing in social work, in Community Care’s anonymous survey.

The survey seeks to find out whether social workers have been raising concerns about unsafe, illegal or abusive practice and how employers have responded to these concerns.

Community Care will use the findings to build a picture of whether social work employers are supporting their staff when they flag up poor practice, and how this affects social workers’ ability to do their jobs.

The survey ends on Friday 9 January 2015.

Click here to take part in the Whistleblowing in 2015 Survey. 

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