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- CEOPhil Pegler
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue£100m to £500m
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Personal Care & Home Health
Community & Social Service
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Community Care Worker in Teignbridge, Devon
on 20 July 2021
Great first care jobEnjoyed working here but glad to have moved on. What I appreciate is that they have weekly mental health support meetings to check in on you and make sure you’re coping well. I learnt a lot very quickly as this was my first care job. Majority of care workers were lovely and the clients I adored. You have to be careful not to say yes to everything as management will run you into the ground if they get half a chance. They also phone you constantly whether you’re on shift or annual leave. You feel like you have to agree to help out as management do guilt trip you even if they don’t realise it. Be firm and insistent with you or they will take the mick. Overall grateful for the opportunity to work for them.
Care assistant in Bedford, Bedfordshire
on 23 July 2021
Good companyI like working with them. Good team I enjoyed gaining work knowledge . I enjoy making someone life more pleasant providing the best care that I can.making someone day makes me happy and content
Care Assistant in Portsmouth, Hampshire
on 22 July 2021
Best Company EverI've never felt so good at any of my previous care jobs. Management is fantastic and caring. They look after their staff and always find the time for them. Customers are receiving a very high standards of care as all of the members have professional training. When you join the company it feels like you're part of the family.
Care Assistant in Lincolnshire
on 19 July 2021
Exhausting JobYou could apply for 15 hours a week and give them your availability and be smacked with 60+ hours because of the lack of careers. They don’t ask you if you are okay with this, they just do it anyway. Office staff are awful and do not communicate with eachother at all which makes the job difficult. No travel time given to get to calls which makes you late, and then your behind for the rest of the day. Office cannot be bothered to tell the customers you’re running late even when you ask them too, so you always get an earful when you enter the customers property. Only benefits of the job are good pay, the other carers are brilliant, helping customers.
Care Assistant in Hamilton
on 18 July 2021
It's okSome of the nurse management team are a bit behind with their knowledge and it's your typical care work. Long hours with low pay and little support from above.
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A little bit about me and what I have done in the past. What skills I have, any weaknesses, they also asked me a few scenarios which I though was very helpful.
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