Health and Social Care
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Rating is calculated based on 76 reviews and is evolving.



Support Worker in Banbridge, County Down
on 23 July 2022
Love my service users
I love my job so much, I find the manager very hard to please, at the minute we have an acting Manager and she is wonderful it has been brilliant this past ten months working along side her.
Team member in Brent Cross Station, Greater London
on 11 December 2022
Don't recommend
Been asked to work overtime and pay rates are low. Demands are high from team members I'm not happy. If you want to get good money go somewhere else honestly it's not worth spending your time here
Freelance Trainer - Nationwide in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 24 January 2021
i love this area when i can find it
teaching and developing people to work in the care industry with success, management differs some great some poor like all work really however as I work temping it's hard to gain a relationship with companies and its hard to find full-time perm as it's not what you know its who you know
Support Worker/Carer in Armold
on 17 August 2020
The salary in health and social care has been too poor depends on the job we do.
The Gov. is not doing enough to reward people looking after their old parents in the residential homes and nursing homes. Coming to those working in the supported living for mental health and challenging behaviour, the reward is too poor compare to the job they do. People working in health care sector has been looked down upon by the Gov. I appeal that the Gov. should start looking after those working in the care sector properly.the h
Care Assistant in Belfast, County Antrim
on 20 June 2020
A great envioremnet to work in. Every Day is a different. And each of the days there is always something to new to learn. But with in the three years that I have work for my current employer I gain new skills every day.

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