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Dont sack them over the phone unprofessional in its self.

When they cant meet with the same as some respect and 24hrs/48hr notice

Answered 15 February 2020

HI - thanks for your question.

We would recommend you prepare for an interview by thinking about why you're interested in the role you're applying for first of all, and make yourself familiar with the company/Care Home you're applying to. At interview, you will be asked about your previous experience, skills and knowledge, and what you would bring to the team. If you have some questions about the role and/or the care home as well, that always helps. The interview is a two-way process though, and as much as we want to know about you and what you can bring to the role, you need to be comfortable that we're right for you too - so don't be afraid to ask about the specifics of the role or care home, so you're comfortable with what the role is and what it entails. Hope this helps!

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group25 May 2017

One hundred percent agree the management only think of dollar??????????? this is not a care who care company

Answered 11 April 2020

Hi there - thanks for your question. The company is a family-run company, and we have grown significantly over the last few years, now operating over 80 homes across the country. Each of our Care Homes are different in many ways, but our organisational culture reflects our company brand values and mission statement, which is "To be the Best Quality, Most Highly Regarded Care Provider in the United Kingdom".

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group6 February 2018

Hi there - thanks for your message. It depends on the role, but usually you would submit an application via the website, or by completing an application form at the home. You can also express an interest in a vacancy by speaking to our Recruitment Team. If shortlisted, you may then be invited to an interview with the hiring manager. For Management positions, there may be a second interview. You would then receive the outcome of the interview, and would be advised as to next stages (ie references/DBS etc). Hope this helps!

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group30 January 2018

Hi - thanks for your question. We offer shopping vouchers for staff who have been with us for 5,10, 15 and 20 years, starting from £25 for 5 years and increasing from there. Hope that helps!

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group20 November 2017

It depends on the role. We ask questions to explore your skills and experience in more detail, and also ask more general questions about your values or how you would/ or have dealt with certain work-based scenarios. For management or head office roles, there is usually a two-stage interview process, but for all other vacancies it is one stage plus a show-around of the Home. There are always opportunities for you to ask us any questions.

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group28 June 2017

Hi there - thanks for your question. MMCG are a family-run company, but we're also growing. At present we have 72 homes across the UK and we have lots of opportunities for development and progression, if that's what you're interested in. We've got vacancies at all levels too, so we're sure to have something which interests you. We've got more information about our benefits, and working for the company, at our website - www.mmcgcarehomes.co.uk/careers, and take a look at our Facebook and Twitter pages to find out more about what's happening across our Homes. Hope that helps!

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group25 May 2017

Hi - thanks for your message. We do background checks for all staff. This involves a criminal record (DBS) check and we would require 2 references for everyone joining our teams. We don't have any control over how long the DBS takes, as this goes to external parties, but it can take between 1-6 weeks to come back. We would request references and would expect those to come back within a couple of weeks. Hope that helps!

Answered by Maria Mallaband Care Group25 May 2017

Very rarely get sick, fortunately.I like the sick leave policy

Answered 14 July 2019
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