Support Worker in Borders
Unsupportive work place
No progression in the company unless your face fits or are willing to be a puppet. Shift pattern not thinking about staff burn out or time to recharge. Made to feel guilty if you can’t help out with extra shifts. Atmosphere is awful bullying from all levels. Ticking boxes is not important to management than the clients welfare. There are some really good staff but are over shadowed by the poor leadership.
Support Worker in Highland
really not impressed
really enjoyed working with the client, however the management team have been dreadful beyond a joke if anything, making life difficult living, during the start of covid, telling me wrong telling me not to over use gloves, putting lives at risk, locked out of emails before getting final email regarding the end of my contract, im sure if you are reading this you will see a trend within c-i-c find a job elsewhere.
Support Worker in Dumfries
Very stressful avoid
Was a great job with great team now very stressful management is very poor and is nasty to certain staff alot of shared support as lack of staff alot of good support workers have left or off sick because of bad management whenever any complaints have been made about long shifts ,unfair distribution of shifts the management give you worse, alot of good staff have been forced to leave which is very upsetting if your face fits you're fine
Not a good company at all.I put in a complaint against a member of staff.I got moved to a lesser paid place of work within the company whilst the staff member stayed where he was.Pretty unfair in my book.Surely it should have been the member of staff that was moved?
Support Worker in Carlisle, Cumbria
Made it sound amazing.. It wasn't
Started off well then I realised I was working with a very selective clique. Even relatives working together. Back stabbing with agendas. Management a joke. Met my Best Mate there but that's about it. Neither of us stayed much longer.