Home Care Assistant in Stroud
• fun place to work • gain knowledge about different people/religions/choices• ability to change/impact positively on a individuals life • receiving amazing feedback, understanding you’re doing a brilliant job
Home Care Assistant in Worthing
No guarantee of work
I was very happy for the first 9 months then they dropped my hours from 50 a week to 12. Constantly recruiting new staff and taking hours from existing staff to cover them.
Carer in Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Similar to others experience, when I first started at Helping Hands Wolverhampton it was really good. Management team were supportive, good work home life balance and generally a really good place to work. Unfortunately with a new team in the office it’s completely different. Some try but can’t make up for the absolutely useless management. There’s no switching off from work now, always bombarded to pick up calls, rotas changed at the last minute, 5mins to make a half hour journey and then to top it off when new carers start all your work gets taken so they can have it. It is really disappointing to leave, but it is the best decision I’ve made.
Care Assistant in Newcastle upon Tyne
Lovely company to work for.
I really enjoyed my time with helping hands. The staff were lovely and professional, they were friendly and helpful. Unfortunately there is quite a bit of travelling but if you're ok with that then I believe you would not have any complaints.
Don’t bother. Horrible
Harlow branch was once a nice place to work. With new management rolling in, the total vibe of the job has changed. They use the fact that it’s a 0 hour contract against you and strip your hours away when you want and yet can just refuse to cover when you don’t want to do certain work, so it doesn’t work both ways. Always guilt tripping, constant emails/calls, you never feel away from work or out of work-mode. Considering people join care to be caring, doesn’t feel like a caring environment what so ever. So hurt and disappointed with the way I have been treated.