An employee has been sacked and another has resigned following an investigation at an Angus care home.
It follows the suspension of three members of staff at the town’s Finavon Court Care Home in Forfar after concerns were raised over adult protection issues.
Following a probe, home operators HC-One confirmed one worker had been dismissed, one resigned and another is still suspended.
A new manager has been appointed at the 58-resident capacity Carseburn Road home.
It is understood the worries were first voiced by a member of staff, but the exact nature of the complaints has not been made public.
Family members of one resident at the dementia care facility had previously complained about a lack of information about the situation after the concerns emerged.
The Care Inspectorate said the findings from their investigation would be revealed in the near future.
“We have been kept closely informed by Angus Council of the progress of their investigation and have been working closely with them to ensure residents’ needs are met and their rights respected during this time,” said a spokesperson.
Angus Council said HC-One, had “cooperated fully” with the recommended changes
A spokesman for HC-One added: “Following our investigation, conducted with the support of Angus Council and the Care Inspectorate, one former member of staff has been dismissed and one has resigned.
“A third remains suspended.
“Pending conclusion of the investigation it would not be appropriate to comment further.”