STOP MEDACS HARRASSING AND BULLYING FEMALE STAFF AND WITHOLDING WAGES #SHETOO

STOP MEDACS HARRASSING AND BULLYING FEMALE STAFF AND WITHOLDING WAGES #SHETOO

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Medacs has been oppressive to their female workers for many years - shockinly spanning over 20 years. Medacs Healthcare PLC is a healthcare recruitment provide and care agency. They are also a member of the Impellam group a publicly traded company on LSE. For such an established company, they are unethical, immoral and we call on the NHS and various Council for whom Medacs are main suppliers to take a step to protect the citizen of the UK from such an horrible manipulative company. 

Their female workers are:

1. Constantly harassed bullied and victimised

2. Overworked and then unpaid or they are paid substantially less than their male counterpart. 

3. Forced out of their jobs when they speak up when Medacs put their patients at risk and in dangerous situations. 

They continuously suffer from various mental health, physical health and financial issues include depression, panic attacks, and inability to provide for their families. Sometimes these women are single mothers or do not have the resources to fight back so they feel helpless. 

Though many workers voice their experience in reviews no one listens please see shocking reviews below:

https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/Medacs-Healthcare-Reviews-E795677.htm

Also a report of provided by Care Quality Commission about how Medacs Treats its patient - Croydon Medacs was almost shut down because of the extremely poor services provided to clients and poor treatment of their workers and failure to comply with the law.

We call on the NHS and various Council for whom Medacs (Impellam Group - Publicly Traded on Stock Exchange) are main suppliers to take a step to protect the citizen of the UK from such an horrible company. 

Please sign this petition and stand in solidarity with our sisters, mothers and daughters

 

 

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