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.
Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Manchester – 20 July 2018
I worked for just over 12mths in both units in bury Elton/walmersley high bank and loved every minute of it was very sad to leave but after a Hugh operation ( hysterectomy) and moving out of the area all within a couple of weeks of each other and due to the fact I had only been there just over a year.. it was inevitable that I couldn't possibly make the journey for at least two months after operation so felt it only fair to give my position up but full recovered and ready to find work again hopefully in my area of Halifax
Support Worker (Former Employee) – Diss, Norfolk – 19 July 2018
I worked in a lds home, understaffed, overworked including nights been autistic i am on heavy meds at night but that didnt matter to management, zero support from management or staff. Conflict wirh staff lots of back stabbing you can trust no one, patient Who doesnt meet requirement of home bought in and just threw us in deep end with them now we are expected to be happy to be unable to provide the needs of that patient we try but we cant your expected to get paid and enjoy your job with no breaks and rubbish pay. I am nvq level 2 and 3 qualified with zero percent of promotion. I would never reccommend this home or company to my friends. I have worked in care 10 years i get ridiculed on a day basis about something little. They forget i am autistic and struggle with things.
Nights, staff and staffing, management, company, residents who dont meet homes requirements and needs