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Chart 2.1 shows that 57% of adult social care organisations were providing non-residential

services and 43% were providing residential services.

Chart 2.1: Estimated proportion of adult social care organisations in England by

service type, 2014

Source: Skills for Care estimates based on ONS IDBR data

Organisations

In terms of size, Chart 2.2 shows that the majority of adult social care organisations were

micro (1 to 9 employees) or small (10 to 49 employees). Over a third of organisations had

1 to 4 employees and around 85% had fewer than 50 employees.

Chart 2.2: Estimated number of adult social care organisations in England by size

group (number of employees), 2014

Source: Skills for Care estimates based on ONS IDBR data

Organisations that were large (250+ employees) made up just 2% of the total. The

average number of jobs at these organisations was around 2,000 and some organisations

employed up to 20,000 members of staff. It is estimated that large organisations (250+)

employed almost half (approximately 45%) of the total adult social care workforce as at

2014.

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