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'This pay delay is absolutely appalling' - The ongoing row at a Salford care home that's led to a huge staff protest

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Salford’s deputy city mayor has stepped in to try to resolve a row at a care home over a delay in paying the real living wage to its staff and a host of other grievances.

The workers at the Heartly Green facility in Irlam staged a protest outside the home early on Friday morning (September 15) backed by their representatives from the Unison union and deputy mayor Coun John Merry, who is also the city’s lead member for adult services.

A meeting took place later on Friday between management and some 60 staff at the home, but Unison representatives were not allowed in.

Heartly Green was taken over by Bradford-based Park Homes in October 2021. Unison branch organiser Jack Hannam Pearson said there had been ‘a marked decline’ in conditions for both staff and residents since the takeover.

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