Very organised and sometimes can take up to an hour. Sometimes you might be asked to prepare a short presentation depends on the post. But in general it’s very informal and organised process.
Happy and positive place. Many staff leave but they come back to Quarriers because it’s a peaceful place to work at.
The management are not interested in dealing with complaints about their own service managers. A former service manager made dreadful counter allegations about support workers who had objected to her request to alter a medication record after an incorrect dose was given so that Quarriers would not be blamed. The service manager was believed by her superiors and good workers unfairly lost their jobs. This service manager got another job with the council and was made to resign after two years worth of complaints against her. Quarriers refused to apologise or recompense the sacked workers for losing their jobs because of their inability to investigate a complaint properly. Dreadful organisation.
Is there any helping in traveling to and from the Quarries building, after public transport ?
We operate over 100 services across Scotland, located in a variety of locations. Quarriers Village is served by a public bus service although it can be a difficult place to access without your own transport later in the evening.
What is the paid holiday policy like at Quarriers? How many days do you get per year?
The holiday policy is ok, unless management contradict it or make it up as they go along.
40 days per year