Jewish Care
Happiness score is 67 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £4m to £20m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    WOOLLAHRA
  • Link
    Jewish Care website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 48 reviews and is evolving.

3.4420194.2020204.2020213.252022

Reviews

Team Leader in United Kingdom
on 4 June 2022
Some day can be less busy than some day
Jewish Care Kun Mor and George Kiss Home it good place to work manager is great the staffing is good as well. Woking with Jewish care your like a family. There's also look after there staff. Free lunch are provided for you uniform as well.
Supervisor (no idea why they came up with the title) in Golders Green
on 9 November 2022
amateur and wasteful approach to spending other people's money
A nepotistic, poorly run organisation that promote people way beyond their abilities. Far too many managers having far too many meetings, where attendees simply talk about how wonderful they are and what an essential service they provide the community, when the reality is that these services are hanging by a thread and ony still exist due to donors not having a clue how their money is being wasted.Poor pay for an expectancy to work well over your allotted hours per week. They don't care about the average member of staff
Care Assistant in Brighton
on 2 March 2022
stressful workplace
very little money for the work you are going to do, The shifts are 12 hours in which you don't even have time to go to the bathroom, They have cut staff because they don't have money and the few of us who continue working are exploiting us, And when you go to Complaining they tell you to your face that they already know. The very bad colleagues, they don't want to teach you, what's more, they keep their knowledge as if it were a treasure, they don't like new people, neither do the residents themselves who humiliate you for being new. It is a very hostile environment
Care Assistant in Hove
on 7 February 2022
Good place to work
Good place to.work. freindly team, hard work but fun, worked as a team, nice staff, lots of training and overime. lots of meetings. free meals and snacks
Staff Member in London South East, Greater London
on 12 June 2021
Gone to pot
When your face doesn't fit anymore your done no HR support and unfortunately it’s going to be your fault when that particular issue has reached senior level because the support you need just isn’t there.

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Interview insights

Insights from 44 Indeed users who have interviewed with Jewish Care within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Can I drive?

Shared on 25 November 2022

What qualification and what level do you have. How much year you been in care. Why you think your right person for the job. Also do have update DBS.

Shared on 4 June 2022

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