Leonard Cheshire
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How are staff treated when off sick

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  • No support when I was off, did not even ask how I was doing.

  • I have had a difficult time and have been treated fairly by my service manager

  • They treat their staff terrible after 3years service, i discussed with new manager my concerns of having time of (due to my son having autism) I felt that it was time to hand in my notice in which they asked me to reconsider and i left it for 1 month and in that time had no support or diiscussions of concerns I had with clients mental health and my circumstances so i sent my letter of resignation. They did not acknowledge my letter and then proceeded to sent me threatening letters and a dismissal. Their ethos and idealology is sound but it is a far cry from the reality. I would never recommend this company for staff or clients.

  • Every one had a different experience with Leonard Cheshire disability

  • Pathetic, give you letters out threatening you with disciplinary action. Even when your family member dies you get told to organize there funeral on your day off.

  • No sick pay, what a joke and what a nerve to hold it againsr staff. Terribld company how staff are treated.

  • Rubbish company no support rip off with sick pay .

  • Sometimes made to feel guilty

  • I was told everything was fine and then I received a letter warning me of my sickness. I had 2 days in 3 years sick.

  • Cant get sick pay for a yr

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