November 27, 2019 News

FSHC boss steps down

The Telegraph reports that the chief executive of crisis-hit care home operator Four Seasons has left the business with immediate effect.
Tim Hammond, who has been at Four Seasons since 2014, is understood to have resigned last week amid mounting concerns over the future of the care home chain.
Documents filed with Companies House confirmed his departure.
Chairman Martin Healy has stepped in as chief executive on an interim basis but Four Seasons is not thought to have lined up anyone as a permanent replacement.

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