HealthNet Homecare Careers and Employment
Work happinessScores based on about 15 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Who are HealthNet Homecare?
A patient centric company:
Driven by the belief that the future of patient care will be increasingly delivered in the community and will be enabled through partnerships with the NHS and Pharmaceutical companies
That has built its structure, operations and philosophy with the patient firmly at the centre
Committed to improving patient care, reducing medicines wastage and ultimately improving health outcomes whilst working in an open and transparent manner
With a group of experienced, passionate leaders, combining over 100 years experience in homecare, wholesale operations and pharmaceuticals
That harnesses the core skills of each of its partner with dual governance underpinning all aspects of the patient care pathway
HealthNet aspires to become the Homecare partner of choice for NHS and Pharma clients by developing patient centered solutions in an open, transparent and collaborative manner.
Salary estimated from 327 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Not enough focus on the patients themselves, too much priority of money and figures. Staff not seen as assetts, just a number. And never recognised for the work they put in. Housekeeping is awful, always need pest control.
The organisation’s culture is toxic because the managers do not know how to manage. The management style is oppressive with bullying, blame and micromanagement being rife. They do not treat employees fairly. I have never worked somewhere so utterly unprofessional. The I.T systems are clunky and inefficient, which does not make it easy to meet their unrealistic targets. There is no career progression and the work is monotonous. Also, the final insult is that the pay is very low and there can be a huge difference in pay between two workers doing the same job.
For what you do on customer service this job is massively underpaid it’s an insult to be on minimum wage 9 hours a day. For what you have to deal with chasing up missing PX medications. Deliveries and other stuff. So much stuff never got done because staff in other departments are too lazy. 9 hour shifts are too long aswell not e ouch staff to answer the phones. So your admin work never gets done , and the only way to catch up is to stay longer every day. In a very Blame culture organisation
Only go here if you are desperate! They care nothing about you only want to work you every second.Even toilet breaks monitored.Terrible pay and management are mini Hitlers, who will pass any blame down the line stick their head so far up directors posterior that you don't know where one starts or ends! Avoid
Started off as a fabulous, interesting, varied job with promises of much more to come
This never materialised leading me to feel used and taken for granted
Work life balance was poorly addressed
Poor management styles with a reactive approach made work more and more difficult to continue
Organisation of work load was a joke and staff were expected to to work late hours to comply with management objectives
What would you say about your employer?
People have asked 11 questions about working at HealthNet Homecare. See the answers, explore popular topics and discover unique insights from HealthNet Homecare employees.
Insights from 27 Indeed users who have interviewed with HealthNet Homecare within the last 5 years.
Strengths Why you are leaving your current job How you have worked in a team How you prioritise tasks Knowledge of systems
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