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Due to the wide variety of job roles the Priory offers, working hours and shift pattern reflect this as they too vary. Some position offer set hours, while others work on shift basis. Priory will always try to accommodate our staffs needs where possible through methods such as flexible working arrangements and set shift patterns. More information regarding our available job roles and their working hours can be found at https://jobs.priorygroup.com/vacancies/

Answered by Priory Group20 April 2020

Only ssp and frequent mistakes

Answered 19 March 2020

If I was to leave my current job I’d leave the Priory off my job history. Horrible place to work.

Answered 6 December 2019

Causal or smart makes no difference....if you were a monkey suit you would get the job...the unit I work in is short in Male staff....

Answered 10 April 2019

2 x half hour breaks every six hours under European working directive unless you have signed an opt out...

Answered 1 May 2019

You will rarely get a weekend off maybe one every few months

Answered 10 June 2019

Dependent on what division you work in, the date on which you receive you pay each month may vary. However all Priory employees are paid monthly. The exception to this is Bank members off staff, who receive their pay on a weekly basis.

Answered by Priory Group20 April 2020

Can sit around for hours watching service users or could be none stop having to stay back after 15 hour shifts because polices not put in place to deal with service users go to work and finish when Manager thinks they can cope without you

Answered 17 April 2020

Don't attend! For the sake of your mental health especially if you have a conscience because the management don't. Managers usually get the job because they are a friend of the one higher up, not because of what they know (or rather, don't know!). Many, many complaints about the same head for the same reason but she is still there, what does that tell you!

Answered 26 August 2019
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