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I work in a residential setting for young people. Currently two staff sleep-in every night. One of the sleeping in rooms is being turned into a bedroom for a young person in order for the business to make more money. The second member of staff is going to be asked to sleep on a mattress on the floor of the office or a TV room. Is there any legislation that says this is not ok? The rooms involved do not adjoin a kitchen.
Hi guys, I am having trouble sleeping at the moment. I know that this isn't a big deal here and there, but it's been a couple of months now and I am exhausted. It's making it hard to concentrate at work and i'm not in my a game, being forgetful, lazy tired. I have no energy. I am permanetly Anemic due to a genetic trait I have so I just feel awful. I've tried warm milk, horlicks, mediation, relaxing bath before bed, lavender, sleeping the wrong way round on the bed, not going to bed until tired, only staying in the bed when it's bed time. I'm at my wits end. Any advice? Lilla
I am extremely grateful to this site for making me face up to my debt crisis and taking the first step in opening up a stack of 'debt style' letters that have been delivered to my address for just over a year now. I am particurlally grateful to the forum members, Renegadeinmp and Wintry for the support with the two previous threads I have started. I would like to pay off my debts which are PDL's, utility bills, credit and shopping cards. I have defaulted on all of them and some are a year on this status. I still cannot make payments to the debtors because I don't have enough to live on, but I will start to have a surplus in about four months time. The issues for me now are: Should I wait for four months without any correspondence to the debtors? They have waited probably over a year without any correspondence back to them so far. One of the debtors Capital One Credit Card has written a letter to me explaining that my account is no longer being managed by a debt collection agency and been returned back to Capital One. I am confident to prioritise paying this debt back but i dont want to get in to a situation were they refuse my offer of payment and renew debt collector tactics. Advantis Credit have sent me two separate letters , one with a debt that I recognise because the originators name and ref number are on the letter but on the other letter they send an originators name which I don't recognise and I dont remember the amount owing stated either! I want to correspond with Advantis in four months time rather than seeking clarification at this stage. The letters I receive are generally from debt collection agencies asking me to make contact and tend to end with a home visit threat. I have managed to maintatin life by moving address and changing my bank account card details. Therefor I would be more comfortable in responding back and confirming new details and payment in four months time. Do I need a third party like the CAB to record my decisions so far?