Firstly, I know two of the people that have left 1 star reviews and they were both let go by the company during their probationary period because they weren't very good at their jobs. Don't let their opinion tarnish what is actually a very good company to work for.
I really enjoy my job and working for InHealth. There are a lot of hard working people who really care about the patients, their colleagues and the company as a whole, who make working here a positive experience. However, if you want an easy life in a job where you can make mistakes and it not matter, InHealth is not for you. There is a lot of pressure to perform because patients really are at the forefront of the business and if staff make mistakes, it impacts on patients, and it is really important to bare that in mind.
If you are prepared to make an effort, there is a lot of support and training on offer, 27 days holiday plus bank holidays, private health and dental care etc. etc.
I have worked at other companies where no-one cared about you as an individual, but InHealth is not one of those places. If you work hard and are good at your job, you'll do well and get to work with some great people at an industry leading company.
Good pay, holiday allowance, healthcare, hours
Lack of parking at head office