City & County Healthcare Group
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About the company

  • CEO
    James Thorburn
    50%
    approve of James Thorburn's performance
  • Founded
    2009
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    City and County Healthcare Group Ltd Cardinal House Abbeyfield Court Abbeyfield Road Nottingham NG7 2SZ
  • Link
    City & County Healthcare Group website
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Reviews

Manager in Scotland
on 20 March 2022
Always something different each day
An awarding place to work but will dominate your life, poor work life balance for majority of the staff especially staff out in the field who work zero hour contracts who work upto 10 hours a day 4-6 days a week, office staff under a tremendous amount of pressure but work well together higher management who care about KPI figures and cramming new services on to already buckling services which in turn causes high staff turnover and staff sickness.
Regional Manager in London, Greater London
on 6 March 2022
Cut throat and very stressful
Whilst C&C are a large corporate organisation it is also very small within regions. It’s very fast paced very very stressful having many targets to meet. SLT have little respect for what we do and many are out of touch with what is going on at ground level
Finance and shared services in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
on 21 September 2021
Ethics, values and behaviours are abominable
No induction, no direction, no support. No sick pay and although offsite parking offered this is not practical. Inconsistencies with instruction and information. The most unprofessional workplace I have experienced. Unless you are a ‘yes’ person you will not progress in any way. Individual behaviours are unchallenged leaving others feeling isolated with no route to resolve. Issues reported, even through official channels are not dealt with and many concerning behaviours are seemingly ok here. So many blind eyes I am surprised there are not more dents in walls from people walking into them. No health and safety, no concerns about this either. Manager of Finance and Shared Services disgracefully unprofessional with no people management skills and repeatedly displaying serious confidentiality breeches. Those good people that want to get the job done right have no resource or support to do so which is a massive shame. Senior Leadership should be more involved and pay more attention to what is happening within head office as currently there is one person controlling what information reaches the wider business, therefore glossing over the reality of issues resulting in phenomenal staff turnover. Support gratefully received from outside of head office but unfortunately key individuals are not present in day to day working. Nottingham office is a complete shambles. Would not recommend.
Implementation Specialist in Field Based
on 6 July 2021
Appalling Management Not a company you want to work for
Management are inexperienced and unsupportive, they do not know the direction the business is going in to be able to support the employee's.Unable to speak to management as they feel they are above everyone and are unapproachable.They are unable to support of give direction of work in hand as they are focused on doing nothing, CCHC will put the projects as priority before your health specially in this pandemic.
Care Coordinator/Team Leader in Newton-le-Willows
on 21 June 2021
**Do Not Recommend**
The carers, the housing staff and the service users are all lovely and work very hard everyday. Line manager was amazing. I was brand new to this role, after finishing my training and 2 weeks with my line manager, i was left totally alone to run the WHOLE of the care at the scheme. My weekly tasks:Keeping rotas up to dateMaking sure all shifts were covered (if not I was expected to work them)Authorising holidaysOrdering medication Speaking to social workers, district nurses, doctors, service users and their families Responsible for accepting new service users and all their care needsPayroll/wages queriesCare plans/ risk assessments SupervisionsAuditsSpot checksDealing with on the day issues and emergenciesAll of the above plus more was expected to be done by just me!Higher management put the pressure on daily to complete risk assessments being done digital, no matter how many times I explained that I literally didn’t have a minute due to the extensive list of daily tasks, I got absolutely ZERO support and the pressure continued!There is only so many times you can cry out for help before you know that your done and getting nowhere within the organisation. Higher management need to visit the schemes and understand the day to day ad hoc tasks that happen and offer support when people are crying out for help instead of putting more pressure on them and pushing them away. I absolutely loved the scheme and the staff i worked with but higher management show no respect towards how hard you work!It’s no wonder there is such a high turn over of team leaders. And the wage you are paid for what is expected of you is disgraceful!

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Shared on 15 February 2021

What meals I can prepare/cook, that was it, I was gobsmacked on leaving.

Shared on 17 October 2018

I was interviewed in April to keep my job. The questions were about the job and you either know the answer or not. No questions about personal life or previous experience. Everyone on the same playing field.

Shared on 9 September 2018

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