Process that led to a departure payment to the Chief Executive of Pembrokeshire County Council represented a serious breakdown in governance
The Council has taken action to improve its governance and decision making though much work is still needed
We’re looking for three new directors to join our teams
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Current arrangements for commissioning older people’s care-home placements are failing to address some long-standing issues
Specific challenges relate to funding regimes which are overly complex and cause division amongst partners, and an overall system which is difficult to navigate.
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