Happiness score is 62 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Stephanie Dobrikova
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Carnac House, Cams Hall ...
  • Link
    Ascenti website
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Medical Technician

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MSK Physiotherapist in Wakefield, West Yorkshire
on 3 October 2022
An organisation where you find growth in the career with best possible opportunities.
I was with Ascenti for a short-term contact but during my time, I never felt like a temp as the work culture and support are outstanding from everyone.
Administrator in Fareham, Hampshire
on 20 July 2022
Really bad
Really bad and awful experience. After being there almost a year, I feel so sorry for the people who stayed there as the management is really poor, and the way they treat the staff is just inhumane sometimes. Every bad review you can find online is true and even worse.
People Advisor in Bristol, Bristol
on 11 July 2022
Fun, collaborative and dynamic workplace
I've recently joined Ascenti within their people team and I have to say that it has been a joy from initial interview to starting with the company. The team have been supportive and friendly from the start and really helped me to feel at ease in starting my new role. I am excited for my future with Ascenti and feel that the team do truly live the values of the company.
Senior clinician in Yorkshire
on 5 July 2022
So much potential, but too cutthroat for a positive work culture to flourish
Bags of potential in all areas of the business, however profit and numbers are the key drivers, and unfortunately this drives all business decisions, which blinds the business in achieving a positive work culture and achieving desired staff retention.An example of this in my time at the company, was when yearly targets were down, so to satisfy investors, all the company wide CPD and clinician protected development time was scrapped so extra patient time could be achieved to increase figures. Highlighting how staff and people play second fiddle to profit and numbers.Having experienced competitors ways of working, where dedicated time for admin and downtime is given on a regular basis, it has shown Ascenti has some way to go to improving the pace of the work for their staff. It is not rocket science, the patient volume simply needs to be decreased and staff morale will increase, there will be less burnout, better staff satisfaction and better staff retention.Some fantastic staff and people at the company, however a lot of these are restricted by the processes in place.
disability analyst in Bristol
on 30 May 2022
I have worked for Ascenti only for few months because I’ve ended up not meeting the criteria for the job.They promise training and support but that’s not true. I’ve had a 2 weeks rushed training that doesn’t prepare for the real world at all. When I’ve started in the office the managers seem to be all nice but they actually don’t have time to give all the support they promise.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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