Care Manager in Portadown, County Armagh
Great Company to work for!
The support and commitment from the company helps me carry out my role effectively. Always on hand to answer any questions and give advice and guidance.
Care Assistant in Belfast, County Antrim
Stressful, poor management, no life
Anns protrays to be a fantastic company and it could be further from the truth. Too many hours, literally no life. Back stabbing staff. Always ringing you constantly even on days off. Doesn’t listen to what you have to say as they are always right even know they are sitting in an office!
Domiciliary Care Worker in Belfast, County Antrim
A great company & culture!
I worked for Ann's for 6 months, I recently left due to moving house. I really enjoyed working in this company. Communication was great within the team and management, the pay and rates were good for the job role. The clients were all lovely and it was a pleasure to go to work. The training I received was next to none, I found it really useful as you were trained by an experienced and qualified medical professional that gave great insight into the field and what to expect. I was saddened that my time was cut short at Ann's and If things change, I certainly will apply again. Overall, Management and team were lovely. Always there to help. I'd highly recommend.
Health Care Assistant in Belfast
The job itself is good
I like the job as it’s given experience going into nursing and being able to widen my ability to do things, although the main issue is the office, will constantly ring u on ur day off asking questions about clients & asking u can u come in to help yet will be nasty and spiteful down the phone expecting that u will help them in the future, will promise things and won’t deliver, just because I don’t have children must been I’m a liability, which shouldn’t be the case, messed up rotas expecting you to do something about it and management have a habit of sending other carers to ask u questions about clients, messed up pay and late pay.......I do enjoy the job but improvements could be made.....
Care Assistant in Cookstown, County Tyrone
So far so good
I have recently got a job in the Cookstown area. Having previously worked in retail I found it a big change. It took me around a month to get used to providing personal care, especially in the morning but now I have gotten used to it. I find this is more of a secure position whereby I am not constantly worried about KPIS/ sales targets. It is however a big responsibility looking after old people in their own homes as you are doing this mostly on your ownIn general i find the company supportive and the girls have made me feel very welcome