Autism Care Careers and Employment
Support Worker in Bedford, Bedfordshire
on 17 April 2020
It's ok company to work for but improvements needed You support individuals of personal care access in the community and promoting independence individual support have severe learning disabilities autism and challenging behaviour
Support worker in Lincoln
on 28 February 2020
The work/clients are lovely but can be challenging. Work home life balance not great. Management was not good either. Expect far to much from staff for what you got paid but pay wasn't to bad been worse
Former employee in Scopwick, Lincolnshire
on 2 December 2019
Poor management. One rule for one and one for another. Staff taking drugs in front of pws and even witnessed one staff member blowing weed Into a pws mouth, I reported it but covered up. So many lies, Coverups and abuse. Some team leaders had the god complex and didn't care. Regularly late being paid or pay not right, then had to pay 70% tax to have it rectified. Avoid if possible, the place should be shut down.
Support Worker in Lincoln
on 2 November 2019
Lack of communication
The main issue is lack of communication and issues in management. It feels as if there is no communication and that they don't care about staff. It feels like lifeways focus on the financial side and not about the care that it should provide.
Support Worker/Carer in Scopwick
on 9 July 2019
They don't treat people fairly in this company and they dismiss people unfairly and don't take both sides of a story into consideration... One rule for one, another rule for another. Awful company and I don't recommend
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