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They were filmed stripping in the home care provider’s office, in Walsall, West Mids, for £2 a minute when they should have been looking after the vulnerable.
Rebecca Woodhouse, 24, and her boss Michelle Robinson, 26, were among those selling sex chats on an adult website.
Caremark’s chief executive Kevin Lewis said: “I am still shocked and appalled by this unacceptable behaviour.”
Walsall Council’s health chief, Ian Robertson, had called for a swift resolution and said: “It is great news.
“It was very important this was resolved as quickly as possible to give security for the people they look after. I am pleased that it has now been resolved.
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“How they managed to slip through the net in the first place needs to be looked at. But now we must move forward.
“They are a good organisation and it is a pity this happened. Now we must stop it happening again.”
The firm, which operates a UK-wide franchise network with an annual turnover of £60million, has repeatedly come under fire from the Care Quality Commission for poor performance.
CQC chief Andrea Sutcliffe said after learning of The Sun’s findings: “This behaviour is completely unacceptable.
“In light of this new information I have asked my inspectors to look into the matter further to ensure that people are being properly looked after – which is what staff employed by Caremark are paid to do.”