Care UK Healthcare
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    Salary estimated from 2.3K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

    Popular Roles

    Respiratory Care Practitioner
    £32.04 per hour
    Healthcare Assistant
    £21,395 per year
    Registered Nurse - Primary Care
    £32,596 per year


    Healthcare Assistant
    £21,395 per year
    Registered Nurse
    £30,625 per year
    Nurse Practitioner
    £43,129 per year

    Administrative Assistance

    £19,702 per year
    £20,023 per year
    Administrative Assistant
    £16,940 per year


    Regional Coordinator
    £40,000 per year
    Team Leader
    £29,816 per year
    Deputy Manager
    £38,327 per year
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    Rating overview

    Rating is calculated based on 69 reviews and is evolving.


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    Care Assistant in Frimley, Surrey
    on 15 November 2020
    My experience here was that of constant management changes, a consistent stream of new staff that came & went. At least three members of staff off everyday, rotas constantly changing, shifts uncovered.
    Therapy Assistant in NELTC
    on 3 September 2020
    Friendly staff welcoming work is at a rwlaxed place. Very supportive
    Love working here very supportive senior staff. Patients appreciative. Learnt a lot with internal training. Pace of work is good learn new skills all the team. Excellent team work. External training provided shod it be needed.
    Registered Nurse in Stansted, Essex
    on 29 August 2020
    Toxic Environment, very heavy workload, poor induction
    Induction was very poor, in fact I was working there for about 3 weeks before someone asked me why I wasn’t clocking in. The comprehensive induction booklet that I was supposed to sign off mentioned a ‘buddy’. There is no buddy. The pay seems quite good but you end up working through your unpaid break to try and cope with the workload. More often than not you have to stay late. I really don’t know how management are going to deal with their problem; there is a high turnover of staff; it is difficult to know who to trust, even the hard working HCA who refuses to take breaks is a compulsive liar and makes up stories just to stir up trouble and create drama. There is plenty of drama, if you like that sort of thing. It is so strange working in what is supposed to be a caring environment to come across so much nastiness. Be Kind.
    Scheduler in London
    on 14 August 2020
    It's mediocre
    Very hard to make an impact as system is very ridgit. Many dedisions are made without being though through. Some staff are great but there is a culture of talking behind ones back too.
    Maintenance Technician in Whitstable, Kent
    on 29 July 2020
    Corrupt company
    Care UK is a complete and utter corrupt company with bully managers, they have a non existent H.R depart who do anything they can not to help people with a grievance, managers who don't even get to know their paying residents, they are company who are only out to take advantage of the residents and their family's by selling them something that is complete and utter lie in order to get thier hands on their money.igetgetthhands on t that person's money
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