Hales Care
Happiness score is 48 out of 100
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    501 to 1,000
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    Hales Care website
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Personal Care & Home Health

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Personal Care & Home Health

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Rating is calculated based on 127 reviews and is evolving.



Administration Assistant in Yorkshire
on 5 April 2022
Good for students and mums
Fast paced sometimes but overall relaxed. A very cliquey environment. Flexible shifts however either too long or too short 2hrs,5.5hrs or 8hrs. You will rarely be put on the rota unless you are asked last minute to cover somebody. Will require you work weekends in a pattern.
Care Assistant in Norwich
on 15 May 2022
Awful company
Awful company to work for biggest regret going back. Best part is the person who does your interview only decent human in that office.Nothing gets sorted by certain members
Manager in Leicester, Leicestershire
on 12 May 2022
Great local team
I have started with Hales in 2021 and it has been a journey. The team in Leicester is fantastic and we work well with the care team. Great support from the Regional Director. Service users, fantastic. Working with the council can be challenging at times. General communication between departments could be better, but it is improving all the time. Looking forward to being part in continuing to build the branch.
Health Care Assistant in Loddon
on 4 May 2022
Poor management
very poor management, staff bullying each other, carers care more about the residents than management. The best carers do not get rewarded for their hard work.
Domiciliary Care Worker in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
on 22 March 2022
Management constantly changed hands, we never knew if we were coming or going. Lied about how much I’d get paid, wage wasn’t liveable for hours I worked. Service users were lovely, however seniors and management didn’t communicate well with them and careers often got it in the neck. No support from management. Social life was next to none because they’d constantly phone you to pick up shifts and guilt trip you. Training was bare minimum, some carers went into service users houses without updated manual handling OR other relevant training. Overall not a great working environment.

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