The hours vary depending on the role but typically the full time shifts are:
We also offer bank contracts and part time shifts and try to be flexible where we can
If you are not keen on a person or don't think they ate right for the position then the best thing to do would be to NOT offer them the job in the first place. The male manager who was in charge when I first started was the biggest bully towards me when I look back on it. He would say "you're doing nights" and he would say "don't you go up to see that resident, as I think "private school girl" staff should go up. He started the bullying. He was the awful towards me. did not like him one little bit. Funny though how you really want something then you look back and think "7 pound an hour for that" I've something so much better now and a loving husband who never dream of speaking to RWs wife like that.
Really don't know what his problem was with me but I didn't like his mannerism at all. Also he called me once and told me not to call agency rubbish as the job is about bringing out the best in people. I never called anyone rubbish but she fell asleep and left me to co.plete all the tasks. So why should agency staff get 12 pound an hour for sleeping. That's all I was saying. But like I said better off without the position.
Summoning the energy to go to work and get bullied by field supervisors and managers to do all the work at the place we work as other staff members just sit around Playing on their Phones or watching tv they arrive for their shift late and go home early get told to cover shifts all the time
Read our blog on interview tips to help you prepare https://www.voyagecare.com/news/interview-tips/
What would you suggest Voyage Care management do to prevent others from leaving?
Become aware regarding the law around Unwanted Attention in the workplace and how reporting stalking behaviour in the workplace does not mean you are a trouble maker. No staff member should be Forced to communicate with people who are bullies, especially if they are doubtful g their job properly. And if you don't want someone in your service then don't give them false Hope's aviut a career move , just don't offer them the job in the first place.
Research the company and service you will be interviewing for, we only employ people who really have an understanding of the role. It's important to ask what kind of care and support you will be providing which depends on the service and which specialism they manage.
Ask as many questions as you need to, we encourage communication and honesty.
It's just as important you are happy in the role as it is for us to find the right candidate :)