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More than 50 people made redundant by a Birmingham-based home care provider are due to meet with bosses today.
Care People based in Sparkhill went into administration on Friday, the company looked after more than 100 people across the city.
The council has arranged for other firms to look after them.
Staff who have been laid off by a Birmingham-based care company which looks after more than 100 people in their own homes, have reacted to the firm's collapse.
Care People Ltd told around 60 workers at its base in Sparkhill at 1pm this afternoon, they'd be jobless from midnight tonight.
Birmingham City Council has stepped in to make sure care will be provided for the firm's clients, many of whom are elderly, disabled or who have learning difficulties.
Staff speaking to ITV News Central this evening say they are still waiting to be paid, and are worried how they will make ends meet over Christmas.
A Birmingham-based care company which looks after more than 100 people in their own homes has gone into administration.
Care People, which is based on Warwick Road in Sparkhill, has issued a letter to staff saying that from midnight tonight they will be losing their jobs without being paid.
A manager at the care firm said that was between 50 and 60 people.
Birmingham City Council says they have made arrangements to make sure Care People's clients will be looked after.
Bosses at the company have refused to comment.