A woman is due to appear in front of a fitness to practise panel accused of behaving inappropriately while at work.
In a notice of the SSSC hearing, it is alleged that while employed as a carer, Shaunnie Mills behaved inappropriately by “behaving in an aggressive way towards colleagues, verbally abusing colleagues in a racially motivated way, verbally abusing residents and causing them distress”.
It is also alleged that Mills mishandled confidential information as well as failing to follow correct procedures and that her actions impaired her fitness to practise.
The fitness to practise panel will meet next Monday to discuss whether the allegation against Mills is proved, and, if it is proved, whether she is fit to practise.
The allegations relate to a time when Mills was employed by Priority Care Home Limited at Harestane Nursing Home.