Questions and Answers about Priory Group

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Is there sick pay?

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Nope! Statutory only

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No sick pay however the home i work for offer double pay for all bank holidays

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Absolutely awful place to work. Night sick pay. Any time off is in your annual leave or unpaid. It is like going back to the 70s. Very prehistoric

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No sick pay on the education side, TAs and care staff don’t get any

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Only at managers discretion. So no you don’t get sick pay

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Support staff at Priory DO NOT recieve sick pay or many other 'regular' perks within companies. You won't even be given a yearly pay rise inline with inflation. The longer you work for Priory, the less money you'll be earning. Fact.

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Yes, you get decent sick pay.

Answered - Support Worker (Former Employee) - Burntwood, Staffordshire

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Unfortunately this is not the case in the community houses Priory own. If you are going for a job make sure it is in one of the hospitals who provide benefits.

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No, Priory don't provide any benefits... No sick pay, no bank holiday extra pay, no antisocial hours extra pay. Absolutely no bonuses which leads to terrible staff morale.

Answered - Health Care Assistant (Current Employee) - Cheshire

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After probation, 3 weeks full pay, 3 weeks half and then ssp.

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