LAUNCH OF THE NEW PATHWAYS SERVICE IN SOUTH LANARKSHIRE
Ypeople launched the new Pathways service in South Lanarkshire, a ground-breaking approach to supporting people experiencing multiple exclusion homelessness, and the first psychologically informed service in Scotland.
Speakers Professor Susanne Fitzpatrick (Heriott Watt University), Dr Neil Hamlet (NHS Fife) and Ann Gee (South Lanarkshire Council) joined Ypeople CEO Joe Connolly as Renzo Cardosi (Operations and Business Manager for Ypeople Pathways) introduced the new model of support.
If you would like more information on the Pathways service, or on our approach to psychologically informed services, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
(From left to right: Ann Gee, Executive Director Housing & Technical Resources, South Lanarkshire Council; Dr Neil Hamlet, Consultant in Public Heath Medicine, NHS; Joe Connolly, CEO Ypeople and Professor Susanne Fizpatrick, Director of Research Institute, Heriot Watt University)
Ypeople are a Living Wage Employer...
We are particularly proud of our achievements which have been made possible by the quality and commitment of our staff who are our greatest asset, being able to pay our staff the Living Wage shows that we value their contribution and commitment to the organisation.
Ypeople did not have a massive step to make to become an accredited Living Wage Employer as our pay scales were above the living wage threshold. As well as this we were delighted to provide our staff with a 2% cost of living pay rise in 2014/2015.