Health Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 29 November 2017
Good team to work within but obviously this varies from ward to ward hospital to hospital. 12 hour shifts days and nights. Rewarding but challenging job. Anti-social hours is hardest part of the job. Great job if you enjoy always being busy with things to do.
Support Worker (Current Employee) – Redcar and Cleveland, North Yorkshire – 17 January 2018
Place and company is a joke, training is ridiculous, no support from seniors or management,bullying tactics to get what they want. Stay clear. People are put to work with service users with little or no training,if you complain you become a target. New mangers are very frequent safeguarding never away from the place
The units are so mixed and the service users are wrongly placed but money means more
Residential Support Worker (Current Employee) – Chilsworthy – 14 January 2018
It's a great job supporting young people but the shifts a long and it's a hard work life balance. The work is interesting and there is plenty of opportunity to gain qualifications and progress your career.