About Caledonia Social Care
Caledonia Social Care are an employee owned social care organisation, established on 1st April 2017 to deliver care at home services throughout central Scotland.
As employee owners, our staff have a vested interest in the success of their company and we pride ourselves in being engaged, motivated, valued and have a strong influence in how the company develops.
What does Employee Ownership Mean?
Employee ownership is a dynamic business model, well suited to the care sector. It empowers everyone to develop and also to work towards a sustainable future. Employee owned companies mean the employees own the majority of the company’s shares and have a say in how the company is run through consultation on major decisions, particularly those which directly affect the employee’s.
As shareholders in the company, employees can benefit from the sharing of knowledge, influence and rewards.
We have an employee elected forum which works alongside management, giving the employees a voice and enabling greater communication between the two. There are employee elected members on the board of directors and trustees meaning the employees have a direct involvement in how the company is run and can create and improve key business strategies.
What is a Social Enterprise?
Caledonia Social Care are a Scottish social enterprise and promise to create a better working environment for social care staff. A social enterprise is more than a profitable business, but instead one who aims to create a positive social change.
Providing care at home and support services across Central Scotland
Quality and skilled care at home dementia services are at the core of what we do.
Helping to maintain and build connections within the community.
Personalised and dignified care to older and vulnerable people.