They promise flexi working but they never live up to that
The hours are flexible, but not for you! If you have a 39 hour contract and the shifts are 7 hours, your basically working 6 days a week. You could end up working 8 days straight before you have a day off. Also, the sleep isn't counted so you'll be there late afternoon/sleep then work a shift before going home....you'll be there 23 hours and it's hard if you didn't sleep well.
They promise you the world at your interview, then soon after you start you will be made to work long shifts and no weekend off for months on end until you have to complain. This company takes the biscuit, and when you do get a day off you spend it catching up on your sleep or totally drained and exhausted, emotionally and physically
You are told yes, mainly to get you on board. That turns into a no a few months/weeks in! Each member of staff is told something different at their interview.
It's annualised hours so you will be given a annual total to be worked. This is not a good contract to have at all so be aware. Flexible but soul destroying.
Not really. At the interview your told yes..... few months in and that yes turns into sending you on a guilt trip if you ask. They'll suggest relief, at that point look for something else.
Too much partiality
Answered - Support Worker (Former Employee) - 91 Weston on Trent