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Bullying and blame culture.Short staffed and stressful.Competitive staff who report people for everything

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12.25 hour shifts for supports workers, 1 hour break. Days/Nights, 15 minute handover shifts are generally 07:30-19:45/19:30-07:45. Rolling Rota generally working 4 shifts one week and 3 shifts the following week, working every other weekend. Flexible working hours are available

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Last working day of the month

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Initially, i told people but then I became embarrassed and said that I worked for NHS.

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Visit the company website, submit and application form, Company will then phone and offer and interview at head office. Then if successful a second interview will take place at the chosen place of work. Then will be notified if successful and go to head office to complete paperwork and then attend 4 week induction programme.

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Short staffing and clients being placed together and shouldn't be.Not being allowed more staff even though we couldn't manage them

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Fixed hours/shifts/rolling Rota, Day shifts/Nights.
Flexible working contracts are available Ludlow are quite accommodating

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Staff turnover in healthcare generally is high and our staff retention rates are best than most. A career in healthcare can be very challenging and is not for everyone, but for those who have are dedicated to helping other people improve their lives this can be a truly rewarding career.

Ludlow Street Healthcare works hard to offer some of the best pay rates in the industry and we also provide considerable career progression opportunities. Nearly 50% of our staff are currently on professional development or management training programmes.

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