Better Healthcare
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Better Healthcare Careers and Employment


Salary estimated from 3.1K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Support Worker
£10.63 per hour
Registered Mental Health Nurse
£28.23 per hour
Registered Nurse
£23.40 per hour

Personal Care & Home Health

Support Worker
£10.63 per hour
Care Worker
£10.15 per hour
Home Care Worker
£9.47 per hour


Healthcare Assistant
£10.69 per hour
Registered Nurse
£23.40 per hour
Registered Mental Health Nurse
£28.23 per hour

Human Resources

Healthcare Recruiter
£22,713 per year
Recruitment Consultant
£21,948 per year
£19,347 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 31 reviews and is evolving.


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Support Worker/Care Assistant in Norwich, Norfolk
on 14 November 2019
Stay away
No support, lacked adequate training. Do not take safe guarding serious they turn a blind eye. whistle blowers are treated unfairly. its an agency so hours are scarce with minimum wage. spent more working for the company than I earnt, travel expenses, training, and clothing. the office couldn't run a monkeys tea party and blame its support workers and carers for the office failings. Lacks in data protection willingly and often sends emails which include the email addresses of every support/care worker, often lie to customers and to its support/care workers. Would NEVER hire them to care for my loved one, would NEVER recommend them. Glad to be out.
Field Care Supervisor in Norwich
on 28 November 2020
Disorganised and poorly managed
Working for Better health care was the most successful job I’ve ever had. My work changed on a daily basis and the Homecare rounds were very poorly coordinated.
Support Worker (Bank) in London, Greater London
on 1 April 2020
learning and development opportunity
I was a temp worker and that gives me the opportunity to gained more experience through working in a varied work settings. Also working for different organisations. Better Health care created a learning and development opportunity for there employee
Agency worker supporting people in Head office in brighton
on 17 March 2020
An agency that gives you bare minimum training especially for invasive tasks like cleaning a tracheostomy all you get is a half an hour talk and a printed out presentation and told you then have the training required to do this. You can go weeks waiting for a shift close enough to where you live and when you are on shift you are usually left on your own to look after quite a few residents.
career in Brighton, East Sussex
on 10 March 2020
team work
to be successful in the workplace, the most important thing is teamwork. I couldn't see strong teamwork over there. there is a capacity gap with the careers. I recommended for staff development within the company.
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Process takes about a day or two

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Availability, Phone number, Email address and a passport photo.

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