Administration Assistant (Former Employee) – Coventry, West Midlands – 23 April 2018
Unfortunately due to poor and unprofessional management Coventry Bupa office became an unpleasant place to work Favouritism is thriving, no payrise for years, b ullying and haras sment from managers and their favourites.... I would not recommend this place even to enemy.
You don't get sick pay at Bupa. No free healthcare but some benefits which aren't much to write home about. The hours are long and always short staffed. High volume turnover of staff. Don't get paid for your breaks or lunch half hour. Do get a uniform which you have to wash yourself.....put in for tax for that to claim back. Expenses are a nightmare to claim back due to bad staffing. Training is good tho.
cook (Former Employee) – Ashby-De-La-Zouch – 16 April 2018
being positive through your day and making the residents day as happy and positive for them so they feel at ease around you , caring for their needs and being happy doing so , assisting with personal needs assisting with mealtimes, washing, changing and toileting.
part of a team.enjoying your work, feeling you are part of a family, fun and interesting job
Support Worker (Current Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 11 April 2018
This is a lovely home with extremely caring staff, facilities are adequate for purpose. There has been three managers in the last 2.5 years, all with different values, attitudes, professionalism & personalities. This has been very unsettling for residents, their families and home staff. An iterim manager is presently running things & this is proving that with right manager the home has real potential.
This is a great company they are able to appreciate staff and all management is very supportive all the time happy residents great staff and if you're a good person they'll appreciate you're value! Great food, clean all the time in the building and outside (great gardens) .
Healthcare Consultant (Former Employee) – Staines-upon-Thames – 21 March 2018
Great place to start of with. But at the end of the day, it is just a job, not a career. Management need to be more understanding and treat their staff like the adults they are, rather than school children.
Healthcare Assistant (Current Employee) – Cambridge – 15 March 2018
Every day is different, each day presents new challenges which may need new approaches from myself and my team. I have learned a lot about working in care, not only the logistics of care and support, but also emotional intelligence and sensitivity. The management is good, it is a tough job, a physically and emotionally draining job, yet the team and management show up and work their hardest until the day is through. Everyone there is commendable for their compassion and perseverance. The hardest part of the job I believe is threefold. Firstly, when I first started I was very anxious, as working with vulnerable people who could be terribly injured if the slightest thing went wrong was on my mind. As time went on it became easier to relax. Secondly, the emotional roller-coaster that is within a care home makes the day even more challenging. Lastly, grieving for passed residents is an emotional challenge, as it is impossible to not grow attached to not only the residents, but their families also. However, the team here is outstanding, all are committed and compassionate, and we all work together not only to do the job but to raise the morale within the workplace. I believe the support we get from each other is the best part of working here, and it helped me get through the harder times.
Great team, free lunches, emotional and physical support.
Long hours, emotionally and physically challenging.
Receptionist and Administrator (Former Employee) – London – 7 March 2018
Managers are far too young and b*tchy. Constantly talk about how poor other centres are and what they have 'achieved'. Poorly managed in terms of customer service and complaints.(passes buck) behaviour is poor, is suppose to be a 'professional' place of work..all that matters to them is the money made that week. No unity as the pettyness rubs off on other colleagues. Far too many favourites thats why there is such a high turn over in staff. Quite stressful and should be titled somethong else other than receptionist due to all the other duties you habe to do for quite poor pay! Esp if you are in the city. Would recommend for experience but very little progression to work your way up.
Long hours, poor pay, petty managers=petty colleagues
Healthcare Consultant (Former Employee) – Staines-upon-Thames – 6 March 2018
Bupa don't seem to care that they have such a high turn over of staff. The inflexibility from them makes for a very difficult and stressful work environment. If you value your sanity and self confidence, do yourself a favour and look elsewhere for a job!
Administrator (Current Employee) – Salford Quays, Greater Manchester – 6 March 2018
I'd never worked for a call centre before coming here and I wish all call centre workers cared as much as Bupa member service advisers do. Really friendly, helpful atmosphere, and if you want to get on, there are all kinds of opportunities to develop your career--not just on the call centre side of things.
Nice people, company actively promotes work/life balance