Thirteen staff suspended over the alleged ill-treatment of patients at a mental health unit are still working for the trust, the BBC has learned.
The workers at West Lane Hospital in Middlesbrough faced claims they used techniques for moving people that were "not in line with trust policy".
It has now emerged an inquiry has not led to any of them being dismissed.
Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Trust would not reveal where they now worked but said patient safety was a priority.
It also declined to reveal the outcome of the disciplinary processes for reasons of "individual confidentiality".
The news, uncovered through a BBC Freedom of Information request, has come in the week the Care Quality Commission (CQC) rated the facility as inadequate and said patients were at high risk of "avoidable harm".