In line with the Department of Health and Social Care’s campaign ‘Every Day is Different’, Guinness Care are running a month-long social media series, showcasing what it’s like to work in the care and support sector.
Following their recent ‘Care for Others, Make A Difference’, campaign, The Department of Health and Social Care are once more looking to celebrate the vital and fantastic work that care workers do, in the hope of inspiring those with matching values and attitudes to choose a career in care. This phase of the campaign is called ‘Every Day Is Different’ and commences this March.
Adult Social Care attracts all kinds of people with one thing in common: a desire to help make a difference every day. Many people do not realise the huge range of rewarding and challenging work that care workers undertake as well as the variety of care settings that people work in.
Working in Adult Social Care, you make a difference to people’s lives every day, and they will make a difference to yours too.
To support this campaign, Guinness Care are running a month-long digital campaign, to showcase what it's like to work in Adult Social Care. Over 5 weeks, we will feature various stories from across Guinness Care – including Q&A’s with staff, information guides and good news stories. So, if you’ve already started your journey into applying for a job with us, or you’ve never even considered a job in social care – this will be a series not to be missed.
Each week we will be concentrating on a different reason why working in adult social care is amazing:
Week 1, 29 March > Diverse and inclusive – every day is different!
Week 2, 5th April > Rewarding and opportunities to build memorable relationships.
Week 3, 05 April > Secure and flexible.
Week 4, 19 April > Comprehensive learning and development.
26 April > Worth it!
Get involved in the campaign which is running from 29th March:
Like us Facebook: @GuinnessCare
Follow us on Twitter: @GuinnessCare
Take a look at our vacancies here: Guinness Care Careers
#EverydayIsDifferent campaign run by Department of Health and Social Care - DHSC