One of the latest ways these companies have to employ workers has been using agencies specifically set-up by people to provide contracted health services on a tender basis, for catering and cleaning. The contract is then accepted at best price, based on the lowest cost thus saving money. They then allow these companies to write their own contracts as to how they spend the money and as such they can employ on short-term contracts people on low incomes and allocate smaller amounts to other resources, thus leaving the lions share for profit.
This leads to poor quality food lacking in nutrition for the elderly in need of overcoming their illnesses and and inadequate provision of cleaning services in certain areas.
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