Be Caring
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About the company

  • CEO
    Sharon Lowrie
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 85 reviews and is evolving.


Home Carer in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 9 February 2021
Excellent management support.
I have now worked for this company for 3 months, and although I am still settling in I can say that the support and help that you get from the management team is amazing. From starting my training right through to my first shadowing shift there has always been and continues to be support at every step from both management and colleagues. This is a career change for me so my confidence has been low but I can feel it growing due to the support I have had and positive feedback from clients. The job is fast paced there is no doubt about that days can be long but are rewarding. Communication is key if you struggle just ask and help is there.
Carer in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 18 September 2021
Management talks behind your back, which is so unprofessional
Nothing like they say in their job description, no communication, staff talking about employees, throwing you into the deep end, not enough training, sending you to complex cases without enough training, they don't care for their staff, to them it's about their business, communication is the last thing, you will never get a straight response from that office, to those looking to join this company beware of their contact, just incase you leave before 6 months, they deduct all your training money, very rude staff. Disorganised, not to mention the service users complaining. Run before joining
Support Worker in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 14 September 2021
Management great and work is rewarding
The management team are amazing they help you out at the best as they can. They are approcable if you have any worries or problems, they are always on hand to try and help.The job is very rewarding working with different clients.
Domiciliary Care Worker in Liverpool
on 7 September 2021
Very Fair With Me
I had to leave due to personal issues but during that be caring was great with me, understood my situation and gave me alot of lea way. The manager is probably the best ive worked for she cares about the carers.
Care Assistant in Leeds
on 25 August 2021
Care assistant
Avoid. Horrible place that don’t respect you as a person. Send you to jobs your not trained for. Don’t help in any way. Office staff are rude and don’t even know who you are.

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Insights from 112 Indeed users who have interviewed with Be Caring within the last 5 years.
Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

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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