We were founded in 1994. Since then we have grown to become one of the major independent providers of home care and support services in Scotland. We currently employ over 500 staff and have a financial turnover of over £7 million. Our company has been owned by our employees since 2004. The business is overseen by a board which is made up of two executive directors, three elected employee directors and three non-executive directors.
We are the second largest employee owned company in Scotland.
Employee owned businesses are totally or largely owned by their employees. The economic contribution of employee ownership to the UK economy is significant and is growing. Employee ownership delivers 4% of the UK’s GDP each year.
Research shows that employee owned businesses achieve higher productivity and greater levels of innovation and are more resilient to economic turbulence. They also have more engaged, more fulfilled and less stressed workforces.
Gender Pay Gap
The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 requires all organisations of over 250 employees to report on the Gender Pay Gap.
This being the difference between the average hourly earnings of men and women. HHC are required to report on both the mean and median hourly earnings and bonus payments. The figure is expressed as a proportion of men’s earnings.
Gender Pay Gap Report
What people say about us
We are regulated by the Care Inspectorate and currently have a Grade 5 rating. We are also accredited by the Scottish Social Services Council
We prepare Social Accounts each year which provides us with valuable information on our business. In preparing this document we work with our service users and their families and encourage feedback to help us continually maintain and improve our standards.
Duty of Candour
Duty of Candour is a legal requirement to ensure that if something goes wrong in health and social care services the people affected are offered an explanation, an apology and an assurance that staff will learn from this error. The learning is shared with the people affected and throughout Scotland.
You can read our Duty of Candour report here