Be Caring
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Sharon Lowrie
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Be Caring Group Office 3...
  • Link
    Be Caring website
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Newcastle upon Tyne

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Salary estimated from 8.5K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 113 reviews and is evolving.



Health Care Assistant in Manchester
on 24 November 2022
Productive and fun place
They are excellent company to work with. The care cordinators have a good working relationship with cares and provides shift to suit their child care needs and lifestyle.
Health Care Assistant in Liverpool
on 18 November 2022
It’s a mixed bag
The branch which I worked at were great to start with but cracks began to show. Ignorance towards major concerns, disregarding unsafe situations which staff were placed in and worst of all being aware of the safety risks to service users but admitting nothing could be done as it had happened for so long.
Carer in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 26 October 2022
Underpaid for a driver
Sent all over even after picking certain areas. Coordination team are bad. They need more staff yes, but changing the shift last minute is not good. Glad I left.
Carer in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 20 September 2022
Avoid like plague
Stressful, false advertisement on job advert they are NOT flexible at all like they state office staff speak to you like you are dirt of there shoe. Rotas change every 5 minutes always work over your times not enough training, no support from office at all there all just in there own little bubble and don’t care about carers or clients. Poor wages, never respond to your queries. Avoid
Care worker in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 15 August 2022
The values and culture here is amazing
I have worked here as a care worker for just over a year. I have worked for other care agencies where you are made to feel like a 'number'. However, at Be Caring, the whole team live by values. I have shared ideas with management who listened, and being employee owned means that you always have a say.

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Shared on 19 May 2022

The interview was very values-based - getting the right people on board is so important! Skills can be taught, but compassion and kindness come naturally :)

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