Health Care Assistant in Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk
A real learning curve
Rewarding employment although rota wasn’t always thought through with respect to night to day shifts. Company friendly and fairly supportive. Regular training given and extra support by staff if needed.
Senior Care Assistant in Reydon, Suffolk
As looking forward to working at healthcare homes but let down as was Worst company I have ever worked for. Lots of bullying from management. Training is terrible and not enough staff.
Receptionist/Administrator in Colchester
Felt welcome the moment you stepped through the door, I had such a supportive manager and colleagues. I really enjoyed my time at healthcare homes and I would highly recommend to work for this company whether it’s in head office, a career in their care homes or out on the road providing services to the elderly.
Registered Nurse in Cambridge
Is an extreamly busy place with no support from management, losts of agencys daily booked in, always short of staff, too small salary, no equipment, i hardly not recomend this place, always on the phone, disturbing nurses during medicatication.
Care Assistant in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Awful - avoid
As a new member of staff at a Cambridge care home run by HH I am appalled. The initial week of train was amazing, I had high hopes and was looking forwards to my first shift. Then everything agreed at interview was thrown out on my first shift. I had agreed to work certain days for the first 6 months until my children start nursery and was told no, that’s not in your contract so it’s not happening (they didn’t write it into my contract and refuse to change it)
Residents are treated poorly on the night shift. They’re chronically understaffed and no manager takes anything you say seriously. I offered to do more hours so I could pick up the job role quicker. They snapped my hand off at that but still refuse to accept what I was offered at interview.